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The worst sites are usually not the truly local sites designed by local businesses or government agencies. Instead, the offenders often come from multinational corporations (small and large) that create country sites with horrible usability - and usually without a true understanding of the local market and users. via Read more →

Although every website is global from the moment it goes live, few are designed with the world in mind. That is, they don’t take into account the many modifications that must be made to accommodate different languages, scripts, and geographic and cultural requirements. This article presents a number of best... Read more →

Classic example of article suggesting companies to invest in making websites relevant to their local audiences (through not only high quality translations, but also through up-to-date localized contents and SEO strategy, and even by developing different feature sets for specific markets). via search engine journal The key thing (in terms... Read more →

Interesting move by Google, although I wonder how many Russian, or Greek users actually have a keyboard that does not support their local language. Sure enough, Google's team probably has data that backs this feature (I hope). via The basic idea behind the virtual keyboard is that users can... Read more →