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9 Beginner UX Writing Portfolio Examples

Get inspired by effective portfolios by UX newbies. All the examples in this article are made by people who 1) have entered the industry in the last few years and 2) have landed jobs as UX writers or content designers.

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Microcopy in a nutshell: Past, present and future

In this blog post, we’ll explain what microcopy is and where the term came from. You’ll also get plenty of great (and a few not so great) examples and tips on how to improve your microcopy writing skills.

AI Advancements in UX Research

Discover how AI is revolutionizing the field of User Experience (UX) research, driving efficiency, depth, and accuracy in understanding user behavior and needs

Mastering UX Storyboarding

UX storyboarding is a powerful tool in the design process, offering a visual representation of the user’s journey. This comprehensive guide explores the stages, benefits, and best practices of storyboarding – giving you a silver platter of knowledge to perfect your brand story.

Becoming a UX writer in 6 months

It was almost six months to the day between the moment I decided I wanted to become a UX writer and the day I accepted an offer. Here are the actions that I took over the course of those 186 days to land my dream job.

UX Writing Debt to UX Content Wealth

Learn about UX writing content debt and how it can harm your product. Discover the reasons behind it, such as inconsistent tone, outdated content, poorly written instructions, vague error messages, and lack of accessibility.

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UX Writing and AI

AI has suddenly become real and relevant. Big innovations keep coming and with each one comes uncertainties about how it will affect our personal and professional lives. Yet along with these disruptions comes something else: opportunity.

Teaching UX Writing to Designers

Teaching UX Writing to Designers

UX writing is part of design. But how can we make designers see that, and feel like they’re part of the content process? Learning how to collaborate with designers can make your daily process, as well as the product, better.