Internationalization → User Interface Design

Quasi-localisation (I18N-QL1)


Quasi-localisation is the award-winning adaptation of user interface designs through the application of a likeness to a true locale. Quasi-localisation helps designers adapt their UI drawings to accommodate future locales. This sets expectations from day one. Developers code according to what they see, and testers validate what they see.

Quasi-localisation eradicates internationalisation defects before any code is written. Saving localisation time and cost, increasing quality and customer satisfaction. Quasi-localisation holds the potential to save thousands of hours of re-engineering, testing, and release cycles. The associated cost savings are proportional to time wasted solving internationalisation defects.

This three-minute video describes quasi-localisation and shows a quick demonstration of it in action. It's free, so why not have a look now.

Language: en-GB

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