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Jo Dimbleby
Freelance content designer, UX writer and copywriter. Loves storytelling and drawing in a crowd. Coordinator of 's Show & Tell nights:
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GatherContent 7h
In this interview with content expert, speaker and author Rachel McConnell (), we talk content strategy, UX, roles and responsibilities, common content challenges and advice for building a career in the field. Check it out below 👇
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Jo Dimbleby 8h
Brilliant news, Jodi! What's the new role? X
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Yael Ben-David Feb 15
“Implementing your new voice and tone: Part 3/3” by
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Jo Dimbleby Feb 15
When you're on your seventh round of amends and nothing makes sense any more.
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Rob Estreitinho Feb 14
If copywriter hell exists, this is what's written on the front door.
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Jo Dimbleby Feb 15
Pinny lady having none of it
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UX Brighton Feb 13
How many buttons have you pressed today? In a lift? Or when crossing the street? Chances are some of them were 'placebo buttons': functionally useless, yet psychologically useful:
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Brain Traffic Feb 12
Here's a terrific primer on what content modeling is and why it matters. Read this and feel smarter!
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Clearleft Feb 12
Today we’re launching our new UK conference! If you want to create better product content, improve content/design collaboration and effectively scale up content design, then this one’s for you -
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Sarah Jukes Feb 11
I recently discovered the concept of One Page / One Hour. Rather than perfecting before sharing your work, you spend less time upfront to share more and share early. In return you get better co-creation, accountability & time back to reinvest.
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Indi Young Feb 7
Design research is something you do continuously, in small bites. It’s like scientific research or doing physics or mathematics … you will never know everything, but you will constantly seek a little more understanding.
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Sophy Colbert Feb 9
So interesting, on why it is so hard/impossible to get someone to change their mind.
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Jo Dimbleby Feb 9
Replying to @iknowthewords
Choices!
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Jo Dimbleby Feb 9
Replying to @iknowthewords
Hallelujah
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Jo Dimbleby Feb 8
I'm gonna be speaking and volunteering at - how about you?
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Robert Mills Feb 7
Ok, so this article by is gold. Scott shares his advice for answering the often asked: “How long is it going to take to write this?
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Cait Emma Feb 6
Know when you can do with less, know when you need more. That's what makes a science and an art.
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Jo Dimbleby Feb 6
- she's ace!
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Jo Dimbleby Feb 6
Lovely to meet you too, Trisha! Hope to catch you soon x
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Kate Rickard Feb 6
UX Camp Brighton is back, bigger and better than ever 😎
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