Re: Reviewing translated UI
What do you think is the best way to review a translated UI:
- Send the translator screen shots
- Record a Camtasia movie and have the translators review it
- Organize a live demo of the software with Teamviewer
At some point, preferably fairly early in the process, it must be reviewed by users who are almost entirely unfamiliar with it. That's the best way, I think, to catch ambiguous references, cultural blunders, and non-intuitive assumptions. Only a live demo could do that.
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