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Writers of Silicon Valley


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Writers of Silicon Valley

A technology podcast from Patrick Stafford
www.writersofsiliconvalley.com http://www.writersofsiliconvalley.com

The future is words. More businesses are investing in high quality UX writers and content strategists. Apple, Uber, Shopify, Spotify, Amazon…the list goes on. “UX Writer” is now one of the hottest jobs in tech - and around the world, too. Why? They realise writers embedded in design crews are the great differentiator. This podcast is all about those writers - who they are, where they come from, what they do…and why the work they do is so important. You’ve heard all about the stories of building computers in garages. Now it’s time for the writers to stand up - and take their place.

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