UXPA-MN recognizes that members like you want to continue to learn and grow within the User Experience practice, and to help you achieve that goal, we've curated a number of items below. In this section, you will find resources that you can read, watch, listen to, or do that we hope expand the breadth and depth of your knowledge of user experience.
This page will be refreshed regularly with new resources around a given theme relevant to multiple roles within the UX discipline. To view resources from a previous month, click here!
Do you have ideas for a future theme or resources you'd like to see covered here?
Current Theme: Content is UX
Updated: July 10, 2021
Content strategy, UX writing, and the role of words and visual content cannot be understated when it comes to delivering a great user experience. This month, we take a look at some of the best work around content in the UX space.
What Does a Content Strategist Do? by Kristina Halvorson
UX Writing and Content Strategy by Bridgette Hernandez
Good content is good UX by Allison Biesboer
What Does a UX Writer Actually Do? by Yuval Keshtcher
7 Best Practices for Using Imagery on Your Website by Sarah Seward
Measure and Improve UX content by Aaron Sagray (talk by Torrey Podmajersky)
InVision Design Talks - Bridging the gap between UX, design, and content with Lauren Pope
UX Case Study | Content-first approach exceeds expectations
Become a UX Content Designer, with Andy Welfle from Adobe by Design Career Network
33 // Jordan Craig, Twitter // Scaling Content at Twitter by The Content Strategy Podcast
There are a ton of great podcasts in this series by Kristina Halvorson, but this recent one with Jordan Craig from Twitter is a great listen about how Twitter has scaled its content practice. Strongly recommend the entire series.
#231 Writing is designing by UXPodcast
From the show description: "In a conversation based around the content in their Rosenfeld Media book Writing is designing, we learn how to be intentional about content, to have the courage to ask questions, the importance of context – and we even get some specific tips on designing error messages."
Please send in any suggestions for workshops / activities that can be done around Content and UX Writing.