On Sunday 28 June we celebrate Gay Pride Day LGBTIQ+, more commonly known as Gay Pride Day. Although due to the current safety measures, this year’s festivities have been relegated to social networks, here at BigTranslation we have decided to make a compilation of the terminology we have inherited in the 51 years since the Stonewall riots.
Vegan, cruelty-free and zero-waste cosmetics are gaining ground over those we already know, both on store shelves and in consumers’ baskets.
Get geared up, ready for the ‘new normal’!
We want to lend your business a hand, doing what we do best: communicating!
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We’ve spent two months working from home, withstanding the current situation and adjusting to this new context. Finally the time has come to get to work and grow again. You’ve set new objectives for your business and it’s time to apply them.
Below, we explain what documents require a sworn translation: Any document that must be submitted to an official body will need a sworn translation.
Do you have a podcast, or are you thinking of creating one?
In either case, you will want to reach the highest number of users that you can.
We’re not telling you anything new when we say that the key to your success lies in positioning. In order for this to happen, providing your content as text is a good strategy for improving the podcast’s natural positioning. Apart from the obvious advantage that, as a text, the content will have additional accessibility.
Localisation in translation, or l10n, as it is known in the sector, is the process of translation, adaptation and adjustment of the texts we find in videogames, websites, blogs and many other products.
At BigTranslation we work exclusively with professional translators and native speakers of the target language for our translations. Why?
Each day, a million new users access the Internet for the first time. The multicultural nature of this phenomenon has relieved English of its ‘de facto language’ status on the Internet.
Sunday 8th March is International Women’s Day, a day that celebrates of the acheivements of women around the globe. In addition, it is a day of marches and vindications with its origins in New York in 1909.