Senior Copywriter (UX)

  • Cupertino, CA
  • Full Time
  • Mid Level

About the role:

UX Copywriters are an important part of our client’s UX design team. They help keep the customer front-and-center by understanding the online journey, puzzling through critical details and dependencies, and organizing information according to the user’s needs at each point of the experience. Copywriters belong to a cross-functional team on each project, partnering w/ designers, producers, product owners, business analysts and engineering development teams.

This role will require working onsite w/ the client in Cupertino, CA 3 days per week. Shuttle provided.

What you'll work on:

  • Deliverables include short and long copy for the web site and app.

Day-to-day work includes:

  • Identifying content gaps and researching solutions
  • Solving for geo-specific exceptions
  • Analyzing and implementing copy and engineering feedback
  • Collaborating with designers to ensure copy and visuals work seamlessly together
  • Participating in testing.


  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • 4+ years experience as part of a creative team in an agency or in-house design group.
  • Strong portfolio of marketing, e-commerce, and/or product-related writing for major brands.
  • Ability to work independently, under tight deadlines, responding to shifting priorities, chedules, and deliverables.
  • Willingness to write/revise copy on the spot with fellow team members and client during working sessions.
  • Service-oriented attitude — flexible, personable, approachable, patient.
  • Passionate about pursuing excellence and advocating for the best possible customer (end-user) experience.
  • Understanding of design flows and storyboards for user experience journeys and transactions including familiarity with digital production and content management.
  • Understanding of accessible copywriting (works with VoiceOver technology, etc.) and best practices that optimize the interface/experience for customers with sight, hearing, or mobility impairments.
  • Comfortable writing content that will be translated into multiple languages and writing for multiple geographies.
  • Requires awareness of how connotations and nuances shift across regions.
  • Experience related to consumer electronics or global e-commerce is a plus.
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