In almost all of my UX jobs I've been responsible for UX writing, including everything from general content to buttons and icons. Below are some examples.
Work with DTP involved not only the wireframes and prototypes, but creating intuitive icons and data headings.
Part of working on the GC redesign was coming up with category names and product language that was both easy to understand and fulfilled marketing's zest for flair.
The Guitar Center Drum Off was a yearly contest for drummers. In addition to the wireframes, I provided content for buttons, category headers, and both the wording of the information sections and how how to lay them out using the "chunking" concept.
I rewrote both the content and the navigation headers for the VHDA redesign.
Although the California OPA had content from their old site, it was pulled straight from hard copy versions. I helped them break the content up into readable sections, as well as label the navigation based on user studies.