A leading voice in digital strategy and UXdesign, Scott Kubie is an inventive, systems-minded designer with deep experience in all things content.
He’s been a staff content strategist at Mailchimp, content strategy practice lead at Brain Traffic, and the first UX content strategist at Wolfram Research. Scott wrote the seminal design writing text Writing for Designers. He teaches content strategy at the School of Visual Concepts, UX writing at the School of Visual Arts, and organizes Content.Events and the Content Career Accelerator.
The Content Career Accelerator is a cohort-based program & community designed to help you plan the next steps in your UX content career — and the steps after that.
Features interactive workshops, personal career consultation, video lectures and reading resources, portfolio help, a supportive peer group of like-minded folks, and direct access to Scott as you navigate the next steps in your career planning and/or job search.
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Content.Events is your connection to the UX content universe. It’s an online-first meetup & events community for current and aspiring content professionals in content design, content strategy, product marketing, UX writing, technical writing, information architecture, and related disciplines.
Editor’s note: I wrote this in either March or April of 2019, I reckon, and recently found it languishing in my drafts. Still liked it, so here you go. Jon and I did a new open mic on Friday. On the one hand, it was the most people we’ve ever… Continue reading In the pit
Here’s what I want to say: Good fucking riddance you shitty fucking year. And I did say it, I’ve thought it and written it. Fuck you you bullshit arbitrary unit of time! Like this: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tiina Menzel (@therese_nothing) Because it was bad,… Continue reading Musical Scrapbook: 2022
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