Tag: I18n

Internationalization: The Elusive Bridge Between Global Dreams and Local Wins

Internationalization (i18n) involves designing and developing a product with the potential to adapt it to diverse languages and cultures.

eBook “Can’t See, Won’t Fix”: Preventing i18n Technical Debt

Lingoport announces the launch of its latest eBook, which focuses on internationalization (i18n) strategies and best practices.

Q&A with Globalization Leader Lyena Solomon on the Globalization Strategy Playbook

In October 2021, a group of 12 globalization professionals published the Globalization Strategy Playbook, a free guide aiming to instruct leaders in the fields...

“Hello. Is it .ME You’re Looking For?” L10n Storytelling for Coders

Using plain language and reflecting the user's world are long-established tenets of software user experience (UX). These days we might talk more about context and...

Minimum Viable Product: Globalization

Yes, been waiting to get a Silicon Valley-style allusion to MVP (Minimum Viable Product) into a blog post for ages. And now, thanks to Java...

Localization: Culture and Context Cuts Both Ways

We often make the mistake of assuming that all source material intended for localization for a target country or region is in English and...

How to Use the HTML5 Translate Attribute: A Translatability Best Practice

HTML5 introduces a translate attribute that allows fine-grained control over what content should be translated, or not. Richard Ishida of the W3C has all...