Writing for interfaces
Writing for interfaces
I develop clear and useful text in product interfaces to help users reach a specific goal. It includes every type of content and microcopy from on-screen help messages, user onboarding, empty states messages, notifications, and tooltips.



Buttons copy were remarkably similar to each other. It created confusion for users when login or create an account. Therefore the microcopy was improved for each one:


The communication on the email was improved to avoid spam filters:
1. Use a recognizable sender name
2. Use a custom email.
3. Include a legal name and address.
4. Include an “Unsubscribe” link at the bottom.
5. Do not use obscure fonts: Stick with fonts that work across platforms, like Arial, Verdana, Georgia and Times New Roman.


Within product interfaces, the copy was weak and clueless. Consequently, every screen message was improved to inform end-users about what is happening on screen. Also, new or missing messages were developed to complete the experience on the interface:


It's an ongoing task, and I continue iterating in every message that the users need to understand when using our product.


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Writing for interfaces
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Writing for interfaces

Writing for interfaces and improving user experience information.
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