Four years since our original article on internationalization was published, questions about what internationalization is (and isn’t) and why it matters in modern software development still arise quite often.
The concept of diversity, equity, and inclusion — or DEI, as it’s often referred to — has been gaining traction with employers in recent years. It is increasingly recognized as an essential building block for successful organizations, but it can be hard to know where to start on your DEI journey.
You slept very badly last night and, as a consequence, your attention span (or patience) will be shorter today. It can help if the content you’re reading is structured in a simple layout, using plain language. Or, say, you’re suffering from an ear infection and you aren’t hearing quite as well as you usually do. Subtitles for video conferencing could make your work easier. These are just a few examples of how all of us change over time — sometimes subtly and sometimes in more significant ways — and our needs are never the same.
Introduction On May 30th, Nimdzi Insights hosted a panel discussion with i18n experts on current and future internationalization best practices. The discussionwas a valuable event held to shed light on the evolving landscape of i18n and provide insights into its importance, challenges, and best practices. The event featured prominent panelists with extensive experience in i18n, […]
Imagine this: you decide to expand your very successful and popular mobile cooking app to other markets across the globe. You want to reach a wider audience and maximize your return on investment. You start by contacting translators and localization experts to ensure your app’s content is accessible to audiences from different countries. But is that enough?
Global companies want to reach their users with a personalized, and understandable message that hits home and appeals to the users’ sensibilities. AI is the most effective way to achieve such a degree of personalization at scale. A recent whitepaper from Pactera Edge, "AI localization: creating user experiences worth remembering", highlights how AI is used […]
Quality, quality, quality — it seems we’re always talking about quality in the localization industry, and rightfully so.
AI is ubiquitous. It is present in many devices we use every day. But it's also a means for brands to create impactful experiences - ones that feel personal.
Today we discuss how a well-designed multilingual content strategy, supported by market research, can make a great impact on business expansion. This topic was originally discussed via a LocFromHome conference and we will continue the conversation today! Our first guest today is Silvi Nuñez After earning my degree as an English<>Spanish translator, I entered the […]
Rising l10n star, Maiju Nurminen, is having success changing the localization process as an integral part of the What3words business having a voice at the table. Our guest today is Maiju Nurminen Maiju Nurminen leads marketing and user experience localization at what3words — the tech company that’s given every three-meter square in the world an […]