Literature on Copywriting
5 Great Ideas to Improve the UX of Your Copy
We’ve said it before and we’ll probably say it again; the copy used in products is as important to the user experience as any other part of the design. Great graphics, awesome information architecture and simple processes can still be completely wasted if the text sucks.More importantly, from a business perspective, the copy can create action. W...
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8 Writing Tips to Supercharge the Quality of Your UX Work
Content is king—and how you write your content is key. Any UX designer worth their salt needs to write effectively, whether it’s case studies for your UX design portfolio or copy for your product. Want to be a better designer? Read on! Here are 8 practical writing tips that will significantly improve your UX work: Use the inverted pyramid t...
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How to Create Effective UX Case Studies with Aristotle’s 7 Elements of Storytelling
So, you want to create case studies for your UX design portfolio. But what kinds of UX case studies should you write? And how do you make them targeted and strong? After all, irrelevant and weak case studies are one of the most common mistakes in UX design portfolios, according to the prototyping tool UXPin. Thankfully, you can use the Greek phi...
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How to Create Engaging UX Case Studies with Freytag’s 5-Part Dramatic Structure
When you tell a great story through your UX case study, you’ll let hirers imagine what it’s like to work with you, give your case study a satisfying order and engage your hirers. These will increase your chances of getting that first interview. Here, we’ll show you how to use the German playwright Freytag’s 5-part dramatic structure to make your...
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