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How to improve your design process with copy docs

What is a copy doc?

Example of a copy doc

Why should I use copy docs?

When in the design process should I use a copy doc?

What tools do I need to create a copy doc?

How to create a copy doc

Header and project information

Example of title, header, and project information in a copy doc

Images

Example of an image that needs copy revisions

Copy tables

Example of a copy table
Example of a mock and copy table in a copy doc
Example of using emoji to vote 💙

Create a template for future copy docs

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Andrea Drugay

Andrea Drugay

Writer, editor, artist ✨ Group Manager, Copy @ Slack 💛 Still in SF 💖 Words and sometimes not-words 🖤

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