THE PANDEMIC has successfully ushered us to a digital epoch where no one has no option but participate in it. The no-touch economy is enabled by technology and this gives room of development for a lot of writers like I am.
So I have tried to learn UX Writing skills which are now in demand. And this is quite challenging at first. The aim is to serve tech product users so they can smoothly use and interact with the products. The skills are undoubtedly what can make or break a product after it’s launched in a market. Because if consumers are confused as to how to use the products, they won’t bother making a purchase in the first place.
It is UX writers’ task to simplify the communications with consumers so they can complete all tasks needed smoothly.
Syafiq Badhar of Tokopedia generously shared his knowledge and expertise at Warung Copy’s webinar. And I enthusiastically participated in the event and also asked a question or two.
You can find his slides above.
My questions would be if the occupation pays a lot. And he said it kind of does because the talent pool is quite small currently but the speed of market expansion is crazily fast. (*/)