Many UX professionals, content strategists, and content designers dream of landing a job at one of the main streaming companies or social media platforms.
Join our panel event with representatives from the frontline of innovation: Ben Barone-Nugent from Netflix, Marissa Coren from Facebook, and Howard Myint from Hulu. They will discuss questions like:
- What unique considerations are there when designing for entertainment?
- What are some of the main problems to solve? And how are they solved?
- What’s the difference between products for entertainment and other products?
- How much does UI writing relate to the language of film and television?
The event will be moderated by Yuval Keschtcher, CEO at the UX Writing Hub.
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What do you want to ask the panelists? Add your burning questions here. There will also be a chance to ask questions live during the event.
Limited seats. Please note that the recording will be sent only to people who signed up.
Get a ticket for $9 or sign up for an annual pass on our membership page.
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About Ben, Marissa, and Howard
Ben has worked with product copy for brands like Google, Nike, Samsung, Facebook and WhatsApp for over 12 years.
Marissa loves supporting the people behind the pixels at Facebook while managing a content strategy team. She's collaborated on immersive experiences across Uber and Walmart while drawing on her law degree and speechwriting experience at the United Nations.
Howard leads writing on the Product Design team at Hulu. In a previous lifetime as an advertising copywriter/creative director, he’s had the privilege of working with brands like Apple, Nike, Uniqlo, and the Obama White House. His quarantine side-project is learning to play drums.