Accessible UX Writing
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What you’ll learn
Accessible UX Writing
- Understand how accessibility affects the way people use your site.
- Understand how UX writing helps make digital products more accessible to people who have trouble with them.
- Use screen readers and other important tools to learn more about what they can do for you.
- Make on-screen text like button text, link text, and so on easy to read.
- Make sure you know how to use emojis in a way that is easy for people to understand.
- Understand how alt text makes it hard for people to read.
- Keep in mind where and how to add alt text.
- It’s important to write down alt text so that others can use it to help them with their projects.
- It doesn’t matter if you’ve ever written before.
- UX skills or knowledge aren’t required for this course.
- Just be interested in writing and UX, and you’ll be good to go!
UX writing is the way people communicate with digital interfaces. In order for people to be able to do something when they use a website or an app, this communication has to be easy for them to understand. There’s no need to say that this includes people with all kinds of abilities and people in all kinds of places. So, UX writing is very important because it needs to be inclusive and easy to read.
But how can we make sure that our UX writing is clear?
If you want to learn how to make your UX writing more understandable, this course is for you!
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A lot of people who work in the field of digital product development will find this course useful. It’s also good for anyone else who wants to learn more about UX writing, like UX writers and UI designers.
What you’ll learn:
In the first part of a two-part series, you will learn about what you will learn.
- the user experience and how accessible it is
- about the role of UX writing in making digital products easier for people to use.
- Make on-screen text like button text, link text, and so on easy to read
how things work in this first part of a two-part series that you will learn about
- when it comes to usability in users’ experiences
- about the role of UX writing in making digital products easier to use and understand
- how to make on-screen text, like button text, link text, and so on, easy to read
It sounds good. That’s right. Then sign up for this class. You’ll leave with an eye for non-accessible copy and specific knowledge on how to write inclusive and accessible copy and alt text.
Who this course is for:
- A lot of people who work in the field of digital product development will find this course useful. It’s also good for anyone else who wants to learn more about UX writing, like UX writers and UI designers.