UX Writer jobs are fairly new, the most popular ones are listed below. First up is Google's UX Writer role, who seem to provide the most information about the job:
As a User Experience content developer, you are an advocate for Google design, working to shape product experiences by creating useful, meaningful text that helps users complete the task at hand. As a stellar writer, you have a portfolio of work that demonstrates content that simplifies and beautifies the overall user experience.
Dropbox hav become quite famous for their UX Writing through the work of their UX Writer, John Saito, who was also previously at Google.
Dropbox simplifies the way people work together. Hundreds of millions of people around the world use Dropbox to work the way they want, on any device, wherever they go. As we scale our global brand, there's plenty of space for you to grow alongside us and simplify life for millions of people globally.Our Design team crafts delightful experiences that make people's lives easier.
John has written a lot about the role - for instance, check out why he thinks every team should have a UX Writer:
Lately, there's been a lot of buzz about writing in design. Whether you call it UX writing, product writing, or content design, it's clear that the words in your design matter. In his 2017 Design in Tech talk, John Maeda spelled it out for us: "Words are really important because the graphics don't make sense sometimes."
We're looking for an experienced UX writer who is passionate about user experience design and wants to help shape the development of iTunes and the App Store. You'll be writing for new consumer-facing features, as well as maintaining existing user interface copy. You'll primarily work alongside designers, collaborating to create amazing user experiences.
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Job DescriptionThe Amazon Business design team is looking for a rockstar UX writer to help reinvent how employees and companies shop for work.Businesses buy more than $1 trillion of everything from paper clips to DNA sequencers in the US alone.
We are seeking an experienced writer who specializes in UX and microcopy: everything from text buttons and menus to labels, error messages and more. The ideal candidate is highly creative and collaborative, relentlessly focused on the user experience, and able to clearly articulate how and why to add personality to UI text -- and when not to.
DescriptionNest is looking for an outstanding writer and strategic thinker. As part of our user experience team, you'll develop content to create delightful customer interactions.Working with UX designers, you'll shape mobile, web, and voice interactions, with a focus on Nest's indoor and outdoor cameras.
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