🎙️ In this episode, we spoke with Li-Na Koh, a senior content designer at Zapier. I have to say, Zapier is one of my favorite digital products out there today—it allows you to easily connect your favorite digital services.
Two aspects of this product are of particular interest:
Their copy is particularly well
done, even though they don’t have a lot of writers on their team
They’ve been an all-remote company for more than nine years
Li-Na has some great insights into remote UX writing which are more relevant than ever considering the current global situation. Don’t miss it!
🗣️ So, did you win at UX Writer Bingo and need to do your presentation again? Then you’re ready to take your presentation game to the next level with this classic article from the Harvard Business Review.
🤓 We’ve got something special this week for our microcopy example, the UX Principles Chrome extension. It’s an effortless way to learn or just be reminded of UX best practices. You’ll get handy tips like this one when you open a new tab. Good stuff.
😯 We tend to think that obvious and straightforward are the way to go with microcopy. But there may be something to adding a bit of surprise to your interface. In case you missed it two years ago, here is: