Who is this Library for?
You want to make your contracts more usable and useful for the people in charge of implementing them.
Or maybe you want to beat your competition in terms of transparency and trustworthiness, or close deals with clients faster.
Or maybe you want to help your suppliers to comply, by setting out terms they will actually read, understand, and act upon.
Perhaps you have read research that shows how visualization can improve understanding across the language barriers of the global market, but are not sure how to get started.
You have come to the right place!
This Library may be useful to you if you are:
- A contract crafter looking for inspiration and encouragement to think of the user first, and create contracts that are easier to understand and implement
- A commercial or government innovator looking for examples of options that can be used in the (re)design of their contracting processes or documents, along with background information and a rationale helping them to choose among those options and understand the implications
- A practitioner, entrepreneur, scholar, or educator interested in changing the way contracts are currently perceived, designed, and communicated
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