Fighting for content design with Sarah Richards | Writers in Tech



The fields of content strategy and UX writing are becoming more established thanks in no small part to the community leaders out there fighting for us. One such leader is Sarah Richards. She’s the author of the book Content Design, founder of the site Content Design London, and creator of GOV.UK’s content style guide.

If you’re not familiar with her work, you should be… and here’s a perfect opportunity!

In our latest podcast, Sarah and I chat about content leadership, how to make people care about content strategy, and the differences between content design and UX writing. It’s an informative discussion not to be missed.

Don’t forget to share our podcast with the rest of the world! #comeonelon

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