Ex-lawyers are humans too!
Human-centered design is an approach to interactive systems development that aims to make systems usable and useful by focusing on the users, their needs and requirements, and by applying human factors and usability knowledge and techniques.
The point? To create a better experienced for real-life people.
On today’s podcast, we have a veritable whizz at all things human-centered, Anita Siek.
She’s going to explain what Human-Centred design is, how it applies to content and copywriting, and how we can use it to help our clients. Thank goodness!
Tune in to learn:
- Anita’s journey to where she is today
- How she grew Wordfetti and the challenges that she faced
- Human-centred copywriting and content
- Creative vs strategic copywriting
- Diverse income streams and not scaling by humans
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“This podcast has truly changed my career. There’s zero fluff, 100% personality, and actionable advice. I’ve learned more from Hot Copy than anything else––grad school, previous jobs, online courses, etc. The hosts always talk about defining how you add value in your business and that’s exactly what they do here. Added bonus? Now, this American knows what “whinge” means.”
Oh and big hugs to ANITA ASHLOCK for her lovely testimonial.
Anita Siek is an ex-lawyer with a background in psychology who did a 360 in her career by becoming a brand strategist and copywriter. She’s the founder and director of Wordfetti, a human-centered brand strategy and copywriting studio specialising in helping brands stand out through the power of psychology and words.
She is also the host of Brandfetti the podcast, a no-fluff weekly podcast dedicated to sharing bite-sized content marketing, verbal branding, and value-bombs on the science of words, as well as stories of brands who are creating a dent in their industry through the power of words. Some of Wordfetti’s clients include Australia’s largest insurer brand IAG, Lack of Color, Luna Bronze, Libby Trickett, and Mia Freedman.
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