UX Writing — Part 2
UX Writing: Hiearchy of Needs
After covering the basics of UX Writing in the previous UX Knowledge Base Sketch, this time the sketch is about the two levels of UX Writing:
- first, create a quality content using writing guidelines, then
- define the brand’s voice, design a voice and tone document, and add personality to the content.
Recommended Reading & Useful Links
- Fenton, N. ; Lee, K. K. (2014). Nicely Said: Writing for the Web with Style and Purpose
- Kinneret, Y. (2017). Microcopy: The Complete Guide
- Redish, J. (2012). Letting Go of the Words 2nd Ed.
- Material Design: Wiriting
- 8 lessons in UX writing
- UX Writing: How to do it like Google with this powerful checklist
- Any article written by John Saito
- Voice and Tone | MailChimp Content Style Guide
- 9 simple but powerful UX writing tips for designers
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