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UX Writer Jobs: Google, Breather & Remote Roles

UX Writer Jobs: Google, Breather & Remote Roles
By Gordon Macrae • Issue #20 • View online

by Christoph Niemann
by Christoph Niemann
UX Writing is not just about cute microcopy. We’ve said it once before, but it bears repeating.
Writing for accessibility might not be the hippest part of UX but it’s one of the most important responsibilities of writing for the web.
If you believe the internet should be more than just an exhaust pipe for late-stage capitalism, then writing for inclusivity should be high on your agenda.
Here are three resources to help you better design for accessibility:

While we’re on the subject, here’s Hilary Mason on why considering the impact of what you build should be part of your design process.
And Jane Ruffino on how to work with a UX Writer.
I’m keeping it short this week. It’s Black Friday, so get outside. Step away from the computer.
Take care.
by Quincy Adams
by Quincy Adams
Which? are looking for a Content Designer in London…Dept. for Transport are after a Senior Content Designer in London…Wibbitz are recruiting a UX/UI Writer in New York…Wayfair are hiring a UX Writer in Boston… Ibotta are after a Senior UX Writer in Denver… Google are hiring for a UX Writer in Mountain View… Breather are looking for a UX & Performance Copywriter in New York… Looking for Remote or Freelance? This, this, and that are all remote.
My name is Gordon Macrae. I’m a freelance Instructional Designer and UX Writer. Got a job tip or opinions about UX writing roles? I’d love to hear from you, reply directly to this email.
Good luck out there!
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