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Becoming a UX Writer from Scratch with Sarah Kessler of Gympass
Sarah Kessler went from zero product experience to landing a UX writing job at the unicorn company Gympass in only two years. In this episode of Writers in Tech, she shares how she got there and what she did to position herself as a UX writer.
How to create copy for global products with Diego Graglia @ Netflix
Netflix content designer Diego Graglia has a lot to say about creating English copy for a global audience. Being bilingual helps him to understand the complexities involved in localization, which comes in handy when your product is available in 30 languages. His collaboration with the localization team often starts even before he starts writing. But it’s not just about a multilingual perspective – it’s just as important to have a multicultural approach.
Ditch the voice and tone with Nicole Michaelis @ Spotify
Nicole Michaelis popped by for an open chat about everything from the effects of psychedelics to ageism in the tech industry.
Boost your UX writing process with lo-fi copy and rap
Get inspired to work on your UX writing process with Helen Legendre, UX writer at OpenClassrooms. Helen uses a bunch of creative methods to inform her UX copy, including lo-fi copy and even listening to rap.
The educational tech platform OpenClassrooms has been around for 20 years. They offer online courses in English and French and have students all over the world. In this episode, Helen walks through her UX writing process from start to finish:
Planning and prioritizing tasks
Doing UX copy research
Collaborating with designers and developers
Using lo-fi copy to get feedback
Setting KPIs (key performance indicators)
The best tools for UX writers
Tips for new UX writers
...and last but not least: How rap tunes can inform your UX copy!
The future of copywriting with best selling author Neil Patel
Interview with Neil Patel
New York Times bestselling author, top influencer on the web, and digital marketing legend.
Neil shares content best practices, tips to build your brand, and how he sees the future of copywriting.
Few names are more synonymous with SEO and digital marketing than Neil Patel. As one of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs, Neil has elevated content to an art form. His videos, blog posts, and social media channels get millions of visits a month.
Neil stopped by Writers in Tech to share strategies for creating and promoting content, tips for growing your brand (hint: consistency and experimentation), and using Ubersuggest to spy on your competition.
Neil also talks about his plans for Ubersuggest, how he views content design, and why copywriting is an important skill set for the future. Check it out.
How creating chatbots can be a slam dunk | Eran Soroka of CoCoHub
As a long-time NBA analyst, Eran Soroka knows a winner. Today, he champions the use of chatbots to help organizations drive conversations with their users.
He talks about the endless possibilities not only for commercial use, but also for the greater good: like helping Pakistani girls learn about feminine hygiene, teaching civics, and how his 9-year-old set up a chatbot to study English.
Eran also discusses the opportunities that conversational AI offers UX writers and conversation designers.
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