UX/Product Architect @VanguardDirect Co-Founder @MoodsnapFM Tweets on Design, Technology and Management.
That’s why I prefer to write in Sketch mocks, not in docs. I find that writing in mocks helps inform my writing decisions, because I can see how my words will look in context.
When I need to write a lot of content, I try to add a lot of visual relief—line breaks, images, headings, examples—anything that breaks up the walls of words. It gives people a breather. It lets them think and skip around if they need to.
…ste them into your design. As you write your words, you might find that your design needs to change. If you can’t explain an action in a few words, it’s a sign that your design is probably too complex.