🗣️ A few weeks ago, we shared an article about passive voice in UX writing. It came from a segment of our course formerly called the English Corner where we discuss grammar, style, and other writing-related topics.
Now, we’re happy to bring you brand-new content under the newly named article series
Lexically Speaking. Written by our head of content, Aaron Raizen, this latest installment is an in-depth look at phrasal verbs, with a Bangkok bus banana backstory to boot. Don’t miss it!
👔 (A haiku) You made a good move / In choosing UX writing / There are many jobs
Last week we had our first ever post from Mexico! 🇲🇽 This week, it’s Uruguay! 🇺🇾 ¿Hablas español?
As always, see all the latest UX writing positions from around the world, or post your own for free: UX writing job
SHARING IS CARING
📤 Despite everything going on in the world, we like to keep our newsletter fun and lighthearted. Hopefully, it’s a nice little break in your week, so share it if you like it.
But on a serious note, as many systems are build and designed towards a society that excludes certain populations, our job as UX writers and designers is to create inclusive systems for our world. "Design for all" is the motto, so let's use our superpowers to design a better world for future generations.