Dynamic Language Launches Access Dynamic Client Portal

Posted by Dynamic Language Sep 23, 2016

Dynamic Language Launches Access Dynamic Client Portal

September 23, 2016 -

New client portal allows for transparency of company spending habits and ease of communication.

Seattle, WA – September 23, 2016 – New client portal will allow clients to view open and past quotes, projects as well as create reports to better capture that company's spending by language type, project type and department.

“We realized that our clients need a more streamlined and centralized way to interact with our team.  The solution is Access Dynamic, which provides instant access to all our services."  Rick Antezana, Dynamic Language partner

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Topics: accomplishments

A Comparative Look at English Words in US vs the UK

Posted by Nolie Durham Sep 15, 2016

As with foreign language translation, companies and tourists alike should be familiar with differentiations of meanings behind the English language.  US Companies that provide services and products in the UK and vice-versa will need to ensure the proper usage of words as to represent any branding in an appropriately perceived manner.

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OUGH words illustrated by Lucy and Ricky Ricardo -      There are EIGHT different pronunciations of OUGH.

Posted by Nolie Durham Sep 13, 2016

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Topics: Interpretation

Meeting the Challenges of App Localization: International Keyboards and JavaScript

Posted by Dynamic Language Sep 6, 2016


When you first dream of launching an app globally, the excitement of sharing your product with the world can sometimes blind you to the intricacies involved in the process. Regardless of how rose-colored your glasses are, however, taking an app global presents unique challenges which must be addressed.

Why App Localization is Needed

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you have seen many posts about what localization is and why it matters. For a brief refresher, you can check out the Dynamic Language "Guide to Written Language Services Infographic" or take a look at the article "Taking Your App Global - What Could Go Wrong?"

The goal of localization is to enable a user who speaks another language to have the same user experience as a user who speaks the language in which the app was first developed. Rather than a word for word translation, the aim of localization is to provide a comparable user experience to a linguistically and culturally diverse target audience.
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Topics: Localization, Language, International Markets, Mobile Application

Stories that Prove the Importance of Localization

Posted by Dynamic Language Aug 31, 2016

If you have come to the conclusion that expanding into international markets is the best way to increase revenues and drive business growth, you likely realize that there are several fundamental components of a successful global launch of your products. One of the most challenging of these components regards translation and localization of your product and marketing materials.

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Topics: Localization, Marketing

Professional Interpreters Can Help Reduce Hospital Costs - Avoid Errors

Posted by Dynamic Language Aug 25, 2016

A 9-year old Vietnamese girl suffering from an infection was rushed to the hospital by her parents and 16-year old brother. Her parents spoke primarily Vietnamese. The hospital failed to provide an interpreter at any point in the medical encounter, relying instead on the girl and her brother to interpret for the physician and parents.

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Topics: Interpretation, Language, Translation, Healthcare

Guide to Written Language Services Infographic

Posted by Dynamic Language Aug 22, 2016

It is critical that companies choose the appropriate language service when opting to translate a product or service or your website for different countries and regions.  Dynamic Language offers translation, localization and transcreation services.  No particular service type is "better" than another.  Rather, each is appropriate for varying circumstances.

Let’s take a quick look at when is the most appropriate time to utilize each written language service type. 

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Topics: Website Localization, Localization, Translation, Marketing, Technology, Retail, Global Market, Infographic, Legal, education, manufacturing, life-science

How Game of Thrones Translates the Script for a Worldwide Audience

Posted by Dynamic Language Aug 17, 2016

When you tune in to Game of Thrones every week, your mind may not immediately turn to translation and localization. Game of Thrones makes some pretty incredible translation references, and much of the power dynamic in the plot has to do with knowledge of foreign languages and cultures.

Game of Thrones die-hard fans are from all over the world.  There are an estimated 5.5 million fans and New York Magazine’s Vulture.com declared GOT as having a larger following then Star Trek, Star Wars and Twilight. Only a third of its 5.5 million fans are located within the United States.

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Topics: Transcreation, Localization, Translation, business, entertainment

2020 Olympics Prepare Language Services for Tourism Influx

Posted by Dynamic Language Aug 17, 2016

As the 2020 Olympics creep closer, Japan is taking strides in adequately preparing the region for the influx of tourists from all over the world.  This influx of people will have an effect on several industries; some of which include: retail, transportation, hospitality and healthcare. Localization efforts in Japan have exploded and everything from restaurant menus to public signage will need translation and localization services in many languages. Likewise, the travel and leisure industry will have plenty of guaranteed business in the coming years. 

The intensified localization efforts in Japan are setting the country up for the possibility of a much needed economic boost and paving the way for potential growth as businesses look to enter the market. Japan is preparing by investing in a variety of language service options that will help tourists communicate during their stay. Some of these include language service apps, revised signage and marketing collateral for local businesses as well as preparing interpreters to work the ten-day event.

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Topics: Localization, Translation, Travel, Globalization, hospitality

The Top Global Markets that American Businesses Should Target

Posted by Dynamic Language Aug 16, 2016

Dynamic Language partner Rick Antezana was recently a guest on the 'Price of Business' radio broadcast discussing translation services, global marketing and the markets American businesses should target when expanding globally.

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Topics: Localization, Translation, Globalization, Global