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How my team at The New York Times brings UX copywriting into the design process to make our products stronger.
A style guide is a living project that requires regular care and maintenance. Care for it well, and it will provide for you in return. Your company’s writing helps people to connect with your product, trust what you deliver, and keep using it.
Words are important, but as obvious as this statement might seem, this fact hasn’t always been evident in the design of product user interfaces.
Because the process of working with a writer can feel mysterious, here are 10 tips for non-writers on collaborating with your company’s friendly neighborhood word nerds.
Let's take a look at what UX writing is (and isn't), what companies are looking for in these writers, and general best practices for the discipline.