UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 155: Writing Microcopy with Yael Ben-David

Published January 21, 2020 by Jane Portman

Portrait of Yael Ben-David

No matter how great your software is, poor copy can still ruin the entire user experience. How do we choose the right words then? Our guest today is Yael Ben-David, a UX writer and thought leader. We talk how UX writing process works in real life, how to develop (and capture) voice and tone for your product, and how to improve your microcopy using simple proven methods.

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