This is part of our intermediate/advanced technical communication training courseCherryleaf's intermediate/advanced technical communication skills course provides you with access to a collection of online training modules, under a low cost monthly subscription plan.Go to our elearning platform
UX writing and UI text are becoming more important within software and websites, particularly as Web-based software applications and mobile apps increase. This can lead to a need for the UX, marketing and technical writing teams to communicate in a common language and to establish common goals, strategies, metrics and vision.
This course teaches the fundamentals of writing UI text for an application. It helps UX developers and technical communicators better understand how to create and write this type of content.
Who is this course for?
This course is for teams who need to provide effective UI text and inline Help in their applications, and who want to develop their skills in this area.
Recommended by the ASTCThis course is recommended by The Australian Society for Technical Communication and The Technical Communicators Association of New Zealand to their members.
About the course
The course modules is delivered over the Web in small, manageable video presentations. The course handouts and exercises are downloadable as PowerPoint, Word or PDF files.
- Messaging components
- Messaging states
- Definitions – What is UX and UI?
- How do I create UI text for an application?
- Creating inline Help
- What is the purpose of UI text?
- What skills do I need to be a UI/UX writer?
- Writing for a global audience
- Final project
Professional certification as a technical communicator - Technical Author qualificationsCherryleaf’s training courses can help you become a Junior, Certified Member or Certified Fellow of the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators (ISTC). The ISTC is the national professional body for technical communicators in the UK. It has members around the world. Junior Members, Members and Fellows are certified by the ISTC through a vetting process, with Members and Fellows entitled to use the initials MISTC or FISTC after their names. All ISTC members have a responsibility to maintain their professional competence through Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Cherryleaf’s courses can help demonstrate you are extending and updating your skills.
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