Tag: translators without borders

The Importance of Translated Public Health Information Comes Home

Spotted these notices in the arrivals area at Dublin Airport as I returned from abroad. The information is about the outbreak of the Ebola virus disease. These notices are in Gaeilge (Irish), English, and French, and are published by the Irish Health Protection Surveillance Centre. A reminder that we live in a globalized world, sure. Not that disease ever respected national boundaries....

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Take that #TWBPledge for @TranslatorsWB Just Like @RenatoBeninatto

Here’s an opportunity for you to support a great cause through some healthy best practices. Why not follow Moravia‘s Renato Beninatto‘s (@renatobeninatto) example and pledge financial support to Translators Without Borders (@TranslatorsWB) using your next fitness workout? Here’s Renato in his new cycling gear, sponsored by Global textware, to tell you more about the Donate a Workout campaign. Track...

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Icons: Global UX Considerations Revisited and Translators without Borders

I previously raised the issue of how context of use influences our perceptions of icons, and how globalization “best practices” and guidance about icons and graphics that we read on the web sometimes discounts context to the detriment of user experience. One great example is the use of the Facebook Like icon. Usually, we would...

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