One of our clients has created some mock UIs (currently 5 screens) for demo/testing of their APIs. They want to add a professional UI/UX look and feel to them. They’ve asked us if we can provide a professional UI/UX designer they could call upon (and provide some pricing). The client is based in central London…. Read more »
In Episode 39 of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we look at UX writing: What is it? The purpose of UI Deliverables Boundaries with other professions How it differs from technical communication Planning Roles The design process Copy-first UX writing What does this mean for technical communicators? Training courses in UX writing
A while back, we asked for feedback on technical copywriting course outline we’re putting together. A common comment was that people wanted to learn about UX UI microcopy writing. So we’ve started work on putting together the slides for a new elearning course on UX UI microcopy writing. Again, we’d like your feedback on the… Read more »
The Government Digital Service has published an interesting guide on writing copy for User Interfaces and transactional interfaces: Writing for user interfaces It provides some good advice, and it’s consistent with the advice provided by other organisations, such as Apple, Google and Microsoft.
At the UAEurope 12 conference, SAP’s Keren Okman quoted a shocking statistic: that the average mobile or tablet app* is used an average of just 3-4 times by a user. The issue of “app abandonment” is one that is likely to be of greater concern for software developers in the future, as they invest ever… Read more »