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UX Writer

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As a user experience writer (UX writer) for a top technology firm, you’ll shape product experiences by creating useful, meaningful text that helps users complete the task at hand. You must be a stellar writer. You have a portfolio of work that demonstrates content that simplifies and beautifies the overall experience. You’ll work with designers, researchers, product managers, engineers, marketing, and customer operations to establish cohesive language and a unified voice across products and platforms. You’ll use empathy, reason, and data to inform content choices. You’ll pursue a deep understanding of your products. You’ll provide content recommendations that include the right words and, sometimes, complementary data and images.

Responsibilities:
Write clear, concise user-interface text (UI text) for products.
Establish language recommendations. Document standards in messaging frameworks and style guides.
Collaborate with designers, researchers, prototypers, product managers, and engineers to define requirements.
Manage projects and stakeholders.

Minimum qualifications:
MUST provide user interface writing samples, preferably on mobile
Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, HCI, or another writing-related field -- or equivalent practical experience
5 years experience writing for the web, mobile, or other online content

Preferred qualifications
Experience working closely with UX, product, legal, and marketing partners. Experience working in agile product development environment; able to adapt quickly and establish solutions independently.
Experience writing for a digital site or technology brand. Expertise designing content for software and speech-based applications
Perform at a high level with minimal guidance. Devise and implement improvements to best practices, tools, and processes team-wide. Make decisions based on credible metrics and communicate according to well-reasoned analysis.
Strong curiosity about users, and how to anticipate their needs by understanding behaviors.

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