Posts Tagged ‘web copywriting’

How to know what to write

Most copywriter blogs, articles and how-to’s tell you how to write. I’m going to tell you what to write. So, if you really want to know how to handle headlines, when to use bullet points and how to improve your punctuation, leave this page immediately and go type “copywriting tips” into your favorite search engine. […]


25 tips for writing the user experience

While in the online world, user experience is often considered the same as usability, information architecture (IA), and user interface (UI) design, those areas are really components of it. Taken at its highest definition, user experience addresses and integrates all user-facing aspects of a company, from email and websites to presence in print and on […]


Web literacy: can they read what you wrote?

The term web literacy has been used to describe being fluent with the latest Twitter apps or how to use YouTube. But in this case, it means, quite literally, the ability for an online audience to read what you wrote. So, the question is, can they? The data is so far inconclusive. Sure, much of […]


Writing the user experience

Language is typically the interface on almost every site, to paraphrase Jeffrey Zeldman, publisher of A List Apart. Even on Flickr, an inherently visual site, the navigation is text. That means word choice is critical. Yet most companies budget very little for content and writing. So, if your site is meant to compel people to […]


Lipton Pyramid Tea Website

Lipton Pyramid Tea is a great example of structuring a brand to its target audience. Lipton wanted to attract urbane 20-somethings interested in health and partying. I was website copywriter.


A copywriter’s reel

This is my reel