Daily UX Writing Challenges (Part 1)

Day 1: How to Notify a User That a “Thing” Has Been Cancelled

Thinking

Solution

Day 2: How to Write a Promotional Screen for a Mobile App or Website

Thinking

Solution

Day 3: Writing an “Error State” Message for a Mobile App or Website

Thinking

  1. Be human and don’t sound like a robot.
  2. Help the user understand the error.
  3. Make it clear on how the user can solve the problem.

Solution

Day 4: How to Write a Promotional “Pop-up” Modal or Overlay

Thinking

Solution

Day 5: Using Loss Aversion Psychology to Make Users Feel Better

Thinking

  1. Continue the user task
  2. If this happens more often the user has the ability to report the problem.

Solution

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