Learn a proven, repeatable framework for getting the writing done on websites, apps, and digital products.
Currently-scheduled public editions of the Writing for Designers training workshop.
Add-On: Expert Lunch & Learn
Any company that sends someone to a workshop in 2023 can add a private Q&A or lunch-and-learn session at a discount of over half my usual in-house speaking fee.
You could schedule the session before the workshop to help your team map out learning goals, or schedule it for after to add an expert perspective during your after-action planning. Please contact me if you’re interested in this opportunity.
Public Workshop Format
Each workshop consists of two online training sessions lasting four hours each, held on consecutive days. The training is live and interactive, delivered via videoconferencing and an online whiteboard space. It’s a similar experience to an in-person training, except you don’t have to travel and can wear comfy clothes!
A maximum of 24 total participants will be in each workshop; typically fewer.
Learn more about my workshops. Format and timing can be lightly customized for private & in-house training events.
Public Workshop Pricing
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Private Workshop Pricing
In-house and team training workshops start at $5,000 USD. This provides a significant savings at 10 or more participants, and can be planned to suit your schedule and calendar; for instance, held online on two consecutive Friday mornings, or held in-person as an all-day workshop.
My workshops scale up and down very well, and large and small groups alike are just fine. Smaller groups afford more time for getting into the nitty-gritty and applying the lesson to a specific challenge or product, and larger groups help you get everyone aligned on tools and methods in one shot to improve the quality and effectiveness of your collaborations.
About the Book
About the Instructor
The Writing for Designers workshop is led by Scott Kubie. Scott has been a Staff Content Strategist at Mailchimp, the content strategy practice lead at Brain Traffic, and was the first UX content strategist at Wolfram Research.
He wrote Writing for Designers, hosts the Content Events community and newsletter, and leads the Content Career Accelerator. He is a popular speaker at web, UX, marketing, and design conferences around the world.