UX Writer

Everyone deserves to live life fully. But when it comes down to it, our financial partners are usually more of a hindrance than a help. Affirm’s goal is to give people more opportunities to lead a prosperous life—without asking them to sign away their future in hidden fees and endless debt. A big part of this mission is being the easiest-to-use and most customer-friendly financial option out there.

The UX writer will report to our copy lead, and will work with a high degree of independence, collaborating on a daily basis with our awesome product designers, product managers, engineers, and user researchers. Being part of Affirm’s copy team will help all our writers orient themselves around a unified brand vision.

There will also be some flexibility to focus on areas of interest and to work on projects outside of UX if you’d like.


  • Support our expansion into new products and features while improving upon the simplicity, helpfulness, and ease of use our customers already love
  • Write clear and compelling copy for user interfaces, emails, SMS, user portals, apps, and disclaimers
  • Have thoughtful and well-informed opinions on how to optimize UX
  • Weave brand voice into your UX copy
  • Help Affirm roll out a new, iconic brand voice across all our product touch points


  • 3+ years UX writing experience
  • Ability to operate with minimal oversight
  • Very well organized
  • Great collaborator
  • Familiarity with localization a plus
  • Motivation to build Affirm into an iconic brand
  • Ability to understand and apply legal guidance in a highly regulated industry

Meet Some of Affirm's Employees

Fabiola C.

Sales Development Manager

Fabiola makes sure the Sales Associates are engaged and motivated by working cross-functionally to ensure Affirm hits its revenue goals. She also serves as a lead on the Diversity & Inclusion Council at Affirm.

Hai T.

Analytics Lead

Hai drives unique customer insights by looking at a variety of data the team collects. His main goal is figuring out how customers behave and use the products at different points in their financial lifecycles.

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