Website translation is also known as “website globalization”. In order to truly “translate” a website into other languages you may need both internationalization (I18N) and localization (L10N) services.
This article was originally published at Fast Company. For many technology companies, design is mysterious. So when I work with startups, I try to demystify design by talking about processes and skills. The idea is:…
What’s the best way to penetrate foreign app stores? There’s a case for localization. If you want to maximize your app’s revenue on iOS, recent data shows that you’re going to have to think bigger than just the U.S. market. According to our September statistics, the U.S. accounted for just 28% of the free download …
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