UX Writing: How to do it like Google with this powerful checklist
Guy Ligertwood

Some good content here, but in an article about writing how could you have so many copyedits, poor grammar, and mistakes?

The opening sentence is wrong. “Brands” = “brand’s”

Was there no one proofreading this? Shouldn’t that be part of the lesson of UX writing is make sure you’re actually using proper grammar/language, too?

It’s a turn-off to pro writers and lessens the value if it seems like the writer/SME isn’t capable of basic grammar rules or proofreading. Sorry, but it’s true.

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