The design of error messages is rarely given the importance it deserves. It is easy to assume that users are unlikely to encounter the errors and write whatever comes to mind.
In reality, every error message in a user interface can be a roadblock that stops the user from completing a task, which causes frustration.
A well-designed error message tells users about the hurdles in their journey and how they can surpass them. It helps them to move forward and can also be used to show empathy and build trust.
Join UX writer Sneh Singh to explore:
⏰ Please note that this event starts one hour earlier than our usual time ⏰
Everyone who attends this webinar gets a chance to participate in a practical error message challenge, and the winner will win a one-year UX Writing Hub membership. If you already have a membership, you get a UX writing consultation with Yuval Keshtcher (CEO of the UX Writing Hub).
About Zeta Design
Zeta is a fintech platform that believes in rethinking payments from the core to the edge. It builts modern banking tech solutions with a vision to make payments invisible and seamless.
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Sneh Singh enjoys solving problems using words. As a UX writer at Zeta, she designs copies to make payments invisible. Before becoming a UX writer, she was a journalist who covered stories from the Indian grassroots and collaborated with entrepreneurs, academics, and policymakers.