Today it is unusual to find software, apps or user interfaces that are not multilingual. Software is easy to localize, but only if you take time to create – from the very start – source code that accommodates localization requirements. That is what we call “internationalization.”
In this video, David Spiro, Product Marketing Manager for SDL Language Services, talks with experts who support customers with software localization. Heather Rossi, SDL Regional Director of Linguistic Process Consulting, and Sigrid Swerdlin, SDL Senior Test Lead, will share software design best practices and a product release process that will allow for worldwide localization and, more importantly, acceptance in your target markets.
Topics covered in this video include:
Creating source code to accommodate multiple languages
Designing a global user interface
Testing software after localization