Introducing Little Loc Lessons [Video]

Posted by Lee Densmer
on Fri, Aug 17, 2018 @ 11:45 AM

Introducing Little Loc Lessons [Video] I’m pretty sure I don’t know all there is to know about loc, and I’ve been in the industry for over 15 years. There are endless facets to localization and going global; it’s hard to know it all, let alone stay on top of trends.

How about we send you to localization school, but do it without taking up too much of your time or stressing your (admit it) short attention span?

Moravia is introducing short videos in which our experts discuss topics like business intelligence, bi-di localization, the pillars of a localization program and technology.

They are called “Little Loc Lessons” and most are under two minutes long.

Our first one is on transcreation. Lee Densmer, a Senior Marketing Manager (that’s me), talks about transcreation and how it’s different from translation. If you’ve ever been confused about transcreation or wondered why it costs more than ‘straight’ translation, then you can listen in for a quick explanation.

Moravia takes great pride in providing you with timely, relevant, interesting content. We hope these videos enlighten and entertain you—while not taking up too much of your time. Enjoy!

 

Stay tuned for more!

Topics: Transcreation, Just for Fun, Little Loc Lessons

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