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How Have Translation Quality Standards Changed?

Anywhere you go, you will see, perhaps without even realizing it, translations of varying qualities. In public spaces, airports and tourist sites, you will see translated notices, ads and signs, just to name a few. Some are butchered attempts, for example, when you see a special line at the airport for Diplomatics rather than Diplomats. […]

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Internationalize This!

In an increasingly globalized world, content is generated for multiple areas and platforms, from applications (or “apps”) for Smart Phones and Tablets to user interfaces for computer programs, touch screens and web pages. And also for classic media such as books, brochures, posters, and anything containing text. Nowadays, the concepts of internationalization and localization are […]

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What to Avoid to Achieve a Perfect Translation

As we’ve mentioned in previous posts, the translation process can be puzzling to those who don’t work in the industry. Here we’ll give you some tips that will help improve the quality of the results and ensure a great experience. The information handled by the agency and its clients should be as accurate and explicit […]

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Nike Selects Trusted Translations to Interpret for Neymar, Jr.

Neymar, Jr. and Nike: Interpreting for the Elite

Consecutive interpreting can be a challenging task in almost every environment. Now, take two of the biggest names in sports — Nike and Neymar Jr. — and add an army of fans, a sizable entourage, film crews and a dash of flying soccer balls to the mix. This was Trusted Translations’ latest assignment in Los […]

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Capital Mistakes

One of the main doubts English to Spanish translators have is deciding how to choose from the capitalization options the Spanish language has to offer depending on the specific flavor we are working with. One such example is Spanish U.S., where most prefer to follow the English capitalization rule in which every word of a title or header is […]

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Language in Sports: Interpreting in Major League Baseball

Major League Baseball has not always been multinationally diverse. For much of its early history, the top-level North American professional baseball league was marred by racism and xenophobia; it wasn’t until 1947 that Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier, becoming the first black athlete to play in the Major Leagues in the modern era. Thankfully, […]

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