Get words that simplify, persuade, and convert.

I’m a UX Writer who specialises in creating thoughtful digital experiences for users on every platform. I help Product Managers and Marketing Directors deliver products that invite, delight, and retain.

Who am I?

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The best part of working with you is that you just “get’ the brand and you sound 100% dubizzle. You hit the ground running and nailed the copy projects you worked on.

Nagranee is dependable, asks the right questions, and will deliver high quality work on time and on brand.

– Nadia Zehni, Director of Marketing, dubizzle

Why me?

You’ll love working with me.

UX Background

I bring over 7 years of experience in product design and UX research to your projects. Using data and research to inform my copy, I’ll help you get inside your customers’ head, and talk to them in words they use.

Student of Psychology

Any copy you get is backed by the rules of consumer psychology and behavioral economics. I write sales copy that doesn’t sound like sales copy.

$0 Advertising Budget

90% of my business comes through word of mouth. My clients return for multiple projects because I write copy that helps them surpass their business targets, and is exactly what their customer needs.

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Nagranee comes packed with a good content strategy. Many ignore the power of content and the directions it can lead a product. She will help you get a clear sense of mind about it.

The fact I respect the most is her way of thinking. You need to give it a try.

– Nijil David, Sr. UX Designer, DarkMatter

What I do

Pre, Process, Post

Content strategy

Content Inventory & Audit
Content Strategy

Digital Copywriting

Landing Pages
SaaS onboarder emails
DRIP Campaigns
Customer Service responses
Website content
UI copy (e.g. UI strings, notifications, product names, and in-app tutorials)

Copy-editing

Tighten up of existing copy

Industries I work with

Real-estate
Advertising
Recruitment
SaaS
Web agencies
eCommerce

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The countless suggestions and alternatives were very much appreciated. I found out I don’t know how to use an Oxford comma, and my covering letter was drastically improved.

Trust her. She’s got a good pair of eyeballs.

– Ara Hayrabedian, Sr. Software Engineer, University of Southampton

What I don’t do

  • Quick-turn blog posts and social media.
  • Any content you intend to throw at the user that they didn’t sign up for (like 7 push notifications within a week).
  • Words like ‘ninja’, ‘kickass’, ‘rockstar’, or ‘disrupt’. Why? Because that’s not how your users speak. And, when not at work, neither do you.
  • Empty buzzwords.

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