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Posted 30 March 2023 - 07:35 PM

Free Download Introduction to Content Design
Published 3/2023
Created by Ryan McInally
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 7 Lectures ( 52m ) | Size: 774 MB

This course will teach you how to use Strategy, Writing and Design in your journey to become a UX Writer
Free Download What you'll learn
The role of a Content Designer
How to write user centric microcopy (CTAs, Error Messages, etc.)
The difference between good UX Copy and bad UX Copy
What is a copy deck
Why placeholder copy and low fidelity designs are important
The advantages of using collaborative based design tools (Figma)
No writing experience needed
Some familiarity with the Agile methodology will be helpful to know, a basic understanding will suffice
This course is intended to help someone interested in becoming a Content Designer/UX Writer (User Experience Writer). There is no pre-requisites to taking this course, however some experience in working at an organization who utilizes the Agile methodology for project management or some familiarly with Agile will be beneficial. All business terms are explained, so if you don't have this experience, don't worry, you will still find this course beneficial and easy to follow.  The main lessons in this course are intended to teach you the following: The role of a Content Designer - what do they do, how do they work, why they're importantGood vs Bad UX Writing - what constitutes good UX writing and bad UX writingWhat Tools to use as a Content Designer - should you learn a lot of tools or a few of them, what are the best ones to learnHow to design a Copy Deck - what is a Copy Deck, how do I create a Copy Deck, is there only one way to create a Copy DeckHow to write Error Messages and CTAs (Call to Actions) - what level of detail should we and should we not provide when writing error messages, what is the user trying to do and how can we help them make decisions
Who this course is for
Anyone interested in becoming or wanting to learn more about Content Design and/or UX Writing

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