5 times Dittowords helped me as a UX writer (with gifs!)

Before any job title, I’m a writer. And it shapes how I see the world and solve problems. Just to start things properly.

5 times Dittowords helped me as a UX writer

1 — Editing multiple copies at the same time
Editing microcopy was my first task when I still was a Product Analyst (but already doing some UX writing). By then, I reviewed Figma and checked if each word fitted the purpose, following what was in an approved glossary I had built before.

4— Organising projects and frames

5 — Organising component

Figuring out how to organise components in Ditto made me think about the product’s information architecture and learn its importance and how it would impact the design.

I hope this article inspires you somehow. Feel free to share and ask me questions.

Thanks for reading and clapping. 👏

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