How to Design with Copy as a Tool

Words are experiences

Start with a script.

Make it instructional without sounding like a manual.

Lay low on cleverness.

Keep it simple but significant.

Design with content in mind.

Be conversational, if necessary.

Augment the brand through the experience.

Don’t be afraid of being boring, for once.

Learn from the best in the industry.

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On the intersection of life and work. No in-betweens. http://nikkiespartinez.com

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