An ultimate guide to write a great UX copy | TestingTime

“Yeah. This app really gets me.” This is what a great microcopy is all about. People prefer fun, simple, and useful digital products that make sense to them. UX copywriting, or microcopy, is one thing that makes that happen. By writing a copy that minimizes user struggle and gives them what they want, you can create a fantastic digital product. This guide explains exactly that, based on my personal story as a UX writer. Keep reading to know how to write a great UX copy to maximize the success of your projects.

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1. The struggle of a new UX writer

2. How to write a great UX copy

2.1 Forget the product — sell the benefits

2.2 Reach out to target users

2.3 Speak the user’s language

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Source: Author’s screenshot

2.4 Use appropriate language, tone and style

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Source: Author’s screenshot

2.5 Keep it as short as possible

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2.6 Make it emphatic

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Source: Author’s screenshot

3. Final thoughts

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