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Saturday, February 20 • 3:30pm - 3:55pm
Giving your user interfaces a voice

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Microcopy is the text that makes up a large portion of the interfaces we surround us with.
Its power is often overlooked, but getting it right can actually make or break your UI.
Using consistent and clear labels and making sure you're using the words that fit the user best is just as important as the component you use or how you lay things out on the screen.
In this talk UX designer Andreas and content writers Shweta and Vendula will show how you can collaborate across professions to create great interfaces. While the UXD team works to understand the functionalities and to create the wire-frames, technical writers can join hands to provide intuitive Microcopy. They will also show both good and bad examples of writing in interfaces and will give you some simple tips on how you can become a better writer to improve your interfaces.

Speakers
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Andreas Nilsson

UX designer, Red Hat
Andreas is a designer at Red Hat and works primarily on the Cockpit project. He's been a GNOME contributor for the past 10 years.
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Vendula Ferschmannova

Technical Writing Manager, Red Hat
Technical communication professional passionate about minimalism, structure, and technical writing in general.My other area of interest is agile and helping people with their technical writing career.
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Shweta Jalgaonkar

Senior Technical Writer, Red Hat
I am a senior technical writer with RHEL platform team. I joined Red Hat a year ago.I have over 12 years of experience in product documentation for enterprise software products from varied domains.I am specialized in DITA-based authoring, information architecture, and UX writing... Read More →


Saturday February 20, 2021 3:30pm - 3:55pm CET
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