Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Having a website in several languages may be a good idea for many reasons from regulatory compliance to increased customer loyalty to higher sales. If Russian is one the languages on your website, here are some tips on how to make sure the language name is displayed correctly. In English, … Continue reading How Should You Refer to the Russian Language on Your Website?
As the only (advanced) Russian speaker in our company, I sometimes need to consult my colleagues on certain translation choices and conventions. A question I was asked recently was whether the "BLT" in the translated name of a menu item would make sense to the readers and whether it should be left in English. This … Continue reading Adaptation in Food Translation
In my personal and professional life I have often encountered social networking that have been localized into Russian. More often than not, localization into Russian reveals internationalization issues that should have been addressed at the design stage. I would like to point out some of the things to consider if you plan localizing your site … Continue reading April Issue: Things to Consider for Localization into Russian
Security questions at http://www.huntington.com An important issue to take into account for localizing websites is that of security questions. In my experience of coming across these questions, as a Russian-bred person, I often discovered that most of them did not apply to me. Some of the popular security question on US websites run along the … Continue reading Translating Security Questions