Come along for a chat with UX writing innovators Melissa Sepe-Johnston and JR Miller of Google Maps as they reveal how they left the world of design and copywriting for the new world of UX writing.
They’ll share stories and tips on making the transition to UX writing. They will also look at how to get stuff done as a UX writer and how to collaborate remotely. And what else? It’s up to you!
Everyone who signs up can send them questions in advance for the Q&A session at the end (last 20 minutes or so). So whether you’re a newbie trying to get into the field, or looking to advance your UX writing career, take this opportunity to learn from the pros.
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Melissa Sepe-Johnston is a UX designer-turned-writer, currently working at Google in NYC. A passionate advocate for UX writing as a design discipline, she loves helping UXers of all stripes work better together.
JR Miller is a writer and designer from Miami. He’s a proponent for user-centered language at every stage of design. His motto: Complex ideas, simple sentences.