Translation and localization
AA Nuncio LLC provides the following translation and localization services:
Translation is the interpretation of the meaning of a text in one language (the
”source text“) and the production, in another language, of an equivalent
text (the ”target text,“ or ”translation“) that communicates
the same message. This definition of translation coincides with that of ASTM F 2575,
which defines the translation process as
the creation of a written target text based
on a source text in such a way that the content and in many cases, the form of the
two texts, can be considered to be equivalent.
Because cultural and linguistic conventions are so different in Spanish and English,
translation (as defined above) is rarely the best strategy for communicating with
a foreign audience.
Localization is much broader than translation.
In localization, we adapt content to reflect local cultural sensitivities and linguistic
conventions. This typically involves using a source document written in one language
to create a document in a second language to communicate a message that is appropriate
for a given audience.
If you need to communicate effectively in a second language, you probably need to
localize your source documents (as opposed to simply translating them).
AA Nuncio can localize web sites, electronic documents, and Visual Basic code. We
do not provide usability or other QA testing at this time.