LOCALIZATION: A CASE ABOUT “PIPE”… Pipes… Cripes

A pipe isn’t always a pipe, even when you really want to save money Here’s a little case that happened to us once. Unsuspecting Nadia come into work that day, turned on her computer, said hello to her coworkers, poured herself a cup a tea and got down to it. At the moment she had a localization project for a hidden-object game; you know the kind “Help Judy find the 3 titanium shrimp forks in

About localization deadline

The questions have been asked, the topic set, now let’s look at an example. We’ll examine translation from English to Russian: the translation speed is approximately the same for other language pairs. Our company has two basic speeds: one translator can translate 1,500 words a day with enough time to do it well and take the time to edit themselves as they work. We start to talk about 2,500 when