Strategic Writing for UX

Errata for Strategic Writing for UX

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page 26
paragraph about `apee

Within the paragraph figure 3-9 in chapter 3 is referenced. But the last figure in that chapter is 3-6 on page 44.

Note from the Author or Editor:
In the final paragraph on page 26, it references 'appee's rules figure as (Chapter 3, Figure 3-9). It should have referenced Chapter 4, Figure 4-9, instead.

Ralf Koller  Apr 18, 2021 
PDF
Page 6
Figure 1-4 caption

Figure 1-4 caption should read: For a person verifying whether the experience is something they want to commit to, whether to purchase or just download, traditional sales collateral is appropriate, plus endorsements, reviews, and ratings.

O'Reilly Media, Inc.
 
Feb 16, 2021 
Printed
Page 26
1st paragraph

The sentence beginning ‘In English’, appears to introduce a clause, ‘this means that simple…’ but the sentence isn’t completed. Perhaps remove ‘that’.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Currently: In English, this means that simple subject-predicate sentences, or verb-object imperative directions such as "The bus accepts correct change and transit passes" and "Add money to your transit pass." Should be changed to: In English, this means that simple subject-predicate sentences, or verb-object imperative directions such as "The bus accepts correct change and transit passes" and "Add money to your transit pass" tend to work best.

Ryan Dotson  Jan 25, 2021 
ePub
Page 57
Chapter 4, Header "Descriptions", 4th paragraph

On this page, it says "will rapidly scan lines up to about 40 characters wide". In chapter 6 under the Headline "Concise", on page 122 on an iPad, it says "the text that has tested well, in my experience, has been three or fewer lines long and no more than 50 characters wide.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Chapter 4, header "Descriptions," 4th paragraph, "will rapidly scan lines up to about 40 characters wide" should be changed to "will rapidly scan lines up to about 50 characters wide"

Anonymous  Jun 11, 2020  Jun 19, 2020
Printed
Page 132
2nd column, third cell down

In Table 6-15, the cell with the text "Buttons have three or fewer words; text is <50 characters wide, less than lines long" should be "Buttons have three or fewer words; text is <50 characters wide, less than 4 lines long"

Torrey Podmajersky
Torrey Podmajersky
 
Jan 26, 2020  Jun 19, 2020
Printed
Page 123
Table 6-8

In Table 6-8, the cell with the text "Buttons have three or fewer words; text is <50 characters wide, less than lines long" should be "Buttons have three or fewer words; text is <50 characters wide, less than 4 lines long"

Torrey Podmajersky
Torrey Podmajersky
 
Jan 26, 2020  Jun 19, 2020