On the 84th consecutive weekend of conducting events for Tech Writers, TWT Team invites you to join the Webinar on UX Writing on November 7.
About the Event
Event Type: Webinar
Date: November 7, 2021 (Sunday)
Time: 11 AM-12.15 PM IST (Indian Standard Time)
How to Register
Topic: Localize your UX copy. Think like your users!
Presenter: Hadas Khen
About the Session
No surprises here, when it comes to UX writing, every word matters. But then (drumroll), what happens to the texts we agonized over when they are translated and localized for other markets?
There are steps we can take to make sure our words—and their meaning and message—make it through to other languages. So, while we aim for the best source version, like it or not, sometimes we have to make concessions—ones that lead to great localized versions.
Localization and UX writing, together they build user trust and increase conversions. Let’s talk about what’s needed to create and maintain this synergy.
- Developing cross-team connections that will support UX writing & localization
- Understanding the intricacies of good/bad localization
- Keeping translation, localization, and accessibility in mind with
- UX writing heuristics
- Language best practices
- Practical UX-LOC working solutions
- Discovering where and when to step into your company’s product & localization workflow
About the Presenter
Hadas, with a background in archaeology, loves to dig into what users need and puzzle together clear and effective UX copy. She’s written for B2G, B2B, and now enjoys the B2C world as a senior UX writer at Fiverr.
UX writing found her at a cyber-intelligence company. Soon after joining, she audited a product and her report led to the revamping of UX texts and design-component copy—Hadas was hooked!
At a global app-attribution company, she found it freaky that she could identify who wrote the UX copy. This led her to write a style guide, and now the copy speaks with the company’s voice & tone.
Over the last year, Hadas started to mentor writers transitioning to UX—some just found her, others are MicroCoffee mentees. UX writing is a path she’s excited to explore (much like when she’s riding backroads on her motorcycle)!
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