Acrolinx, a key contributor to the 2012 Internationalization and Localization Conference March 14-15 in Santa Clara, CA, is hosting a pre-conference event on Wednesday, March 14th for those interested in writing effectively for a global audience. The interactive session will address general principles for developing content that is more easily understood by non-native English speakers, and more easily translated.
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 14 from 1-4pm
Location: Hyatt Regency Hotel, Santa Clara, CA
Requirements: Participants are asked to bring samples of their content for analysis and discussion; 50-200 pages (10,000 to 40,000 words) in Word, FrameMaker, HTML, or XML format will suffice.
The workshop will take place on the first day of the 2012 Internationalization and Localization Conference. This complimentary session is open to content developers and participants of the conference.
Acrolinx was a perfect fit as a key contributor to the 2012 Internationalization Conference due their shared belief that excelling at the source, whether in content or software, should be a primary focus for global businesses. Companies rely on Acrolinx’s expert linguistic foundation to enhance their content creation for global markets. Supporting an internationalized software effort with consistent and effective communication is the key to a successful global business.
Don’t miss Andrew Bradenkamp and Jennifer Beaupre of Acrolinx present March 15th from 2:30-3:25pm at the 2012 Internationalization & Localization Conference main session as they will discuss the best practices in optimizing content for localization.