Provide options for the level of abstraction / complexity
Providing options for different levels of complexity is essential for users to switch between different modes they are comfortable using rather than forcing them to use a single version that does not work well for them.
Discussion by Disabilities
Cognitive, Language, Learning Disabilities & Low Literacy
Using this feature, people with cognitive and learning disabilities can choose to toggle between simplified and advanced modes of an application when they become comfortable using it.
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