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Phase 4: Content Returns from Translation

Phase 4: Content Returns from Translation

This post is part of the Five Phases of the Translation Workflow series. The translation workflow has five distinct phases: This post covers the workflow for receiving files from your LSP. Once your translations are finished, the workflow for their return is another...

Phase 5: After Translation

Phase 5: After Translation

This post is part of the Five Phases of the Translation Workflow series. The translation workflow has five distinct phases: This post covers the final phase, after translation has occurred. You are at the home stretch of the translation workflow! But you're not done...

The Five Phases of the Translation Workflow

The Five Phases of the Translation Workflow

As part of our global content strategy practice, we are often asked how customers can streamline the translation workflow. By translation workflow, I do not mean the steps that a translation company follows during the translation process. Instead, we focus on the...

Phase 2: Sending Your Content to Translation

Phase 2: Sending Your Content to Translation

This post is part of the Five Phases of the Translation Workflow series. The translation workflow consists of five distinct phases: This post discusses sending files to translation. The process of sending content to your translation company has its own series of...

Phase 3: Interaction During Translation

Phase 3: Interaction During Translation

This post is part of the Five Phases of the Translation Workflow series.       The translation workflow consists of five distinct phases: This post covers the workflow during translation. This is not the workflow used by your Language Services Provider...

20 Questions: A Game of Taxonomy

20 Questions: A Game of Taxonomy

I was recently playing 20 Questions with my good friend John. The premise of the game is simple: One person, called the "answerer," thinks of an object. The other player -- the "questioner" -- asks up to 20 yes-or-no questions in order to determine what object the...

Project Overload? Here’s How to Find Expert Help Quickly

Project Overload? Here’s How to Find Expert Help Quickly

Despite everyone’s best efforts to stick to the plan, a lot of work has piled up during these months of uncertainty. It’s simply not possible to just “pick up where we left off” – the world has changed, quickly and dramatically. Release cycles and project plans have...

Why Content Transformation Is Worth the Work – 6 Benefits

Why Content Transformation Is Worth the Work – 6 Benefits

Content transformation is the process of making existing content more versatile and reusable. It’s about liberating content that is locked inside legacy formats and transforming it into a library of modular and dynamic content assets. In this blog series, we look at...

Content Transformation Starts Here

Content Transformation Starts Here

Content transformation is the process of making existing content more versatile and reusable. It’s about liberating content that is locked inside legacy formats and transforming it into a library of modular and dynamic content assets. In this blog series, we look at...

Conference Calls In a Time of Coronavirus

Conference Calls In a Time of Coronavirus

I’ve found that in the past two weeks, all my meetings start and end with a conversation about the pandemic. It doesn’t matter if the meeting is internal, or with a long-term customer or with someone brand new I’ve just met over Zoom. Every single meeting has...