UX copywriting series. Action vs. non-action in app onboarding

Our first impression is often made up by how we are greeted for the first time. In apps, the conventional ‘hello, nice to meet you’ is its onboarding. But like with all conventional things, this is something that we tend to rush through, or even skip entirely.

For example, by the time I downloaded the Dropbox app, I already had a good experience with the web version. I was impatient to start using the app and decided to ignore the onboarding. Come on, Dropbox. You know me, I know you. It’s official—I have an account, after all. Let’s just get to business.

However, when I downloaded a mobile app that was relatively new for me—Inbox by Google—I did pay attention to the onboarding. And I stumbled… Continue reading

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UI in iOS alerts and dialogs

Why do we perceive some applications as clear, organized, and easy to use? How to phrase UI content in a way that supports the overall style of the development platform? Well, I’ve learned some great points from a fascinating lecture given by Bohdan Hrechanovskyi –– MacPaw UX copywriter. Continue reading

InfoDev-UX Collaboration or Bringing Beauty and Comfort into Your Project Life

In the previous post, we talked about the benefits of creating a “magic pair” of Information Developers with Business Analysts. Hope that post gave you some ideas on how to organize your work environment even better to achieve top results. But don’t you stop on that! Today, I’m going to tell you about one more magic pair that deserves its place on the project – and that is the InfoDev–UX Designer pair.

Why UX Designer?

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