Why do UX writers still use different words to describe their own craft? Our guest today is Yuval Keshtcher, founder of UX Writing Hub. You'll learn how this ecosystem operates, what companies are leading the way with their guides, numerous books and resources to help with UX writing and content design, and more.
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- UX Writing Hub — Yuval’s educational platform
- Episode 134: UX Writing with Yuval Keshtcher
- Episode 155: Writing Microcopy with Yael Ben-David
- UX Writing vs. Content Design
- Smashing Copy — SEO consultancy, also doing “content strategy”
- Atomic Design — a book by Brad Frost
- Sketch, Adobe XD, Figma — popular design tools
- Intuit’s content design system
- Top 16 Content Style Guides 2022 (and How to Use Them)
- Mailchimp content style guide
- Monzo content style guide by Harry Ashbridge
- Strategic Writing for UX — a book by Torrey Podmajersky
- Content Design — a book by Sarah Richards
- Microcopy: The Complete Guide — a book by Kinneret Yifrah
- Nicely Said: Writing for the Web with Style and Purpose — a book by Nicole Fenton and Kate Kiefer Lee
- UX Collective on Medium
- Measure What Matters — a book by John Doerr
- UX Writing Hub Free Course
- Writers in Tech podcast
- UX Writing Hub blog
- Don’t Make Me Think — a book by Steve Krug
- Just Enough Research — a book by Erika Hall
- Predictably Irrational — a book by Dan Ariely
- Nudge — a book by Richard Thaler
- The Hook — a model by Nir Eyal
- Nielsen Norman Group — world leaders in research-based user experience
- The UX Writing Academy
- Follow Yuval on Twitter
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