In our "book buzz" series we will have a Fireside chat with Sarah and Claudia and uncover their journey while they are in the process of writing their book - In a global world, content is no longer thought of as unilingual. The user experience of a product must work globally and still meet local requirements. This aspect has to be taken into consideration early in the process. The book will talk about how to build up a superpower no one will ever want to miss anymore.
📅 Date: 30 Nov 2023
⏰ Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM, Pacific time
🔗 Location: Online
Type of event: Fireside Chat
Interview by: Nadja Ruhl
This event will be hosted and moderated by the Events and Content team within Global Community of Women in Localization.
Is passionate about beautiful and smart content that surprises, stands out, and has an impact. She design in words, concepts, systems, terminology, voice, and tone. Her love for languages, words, culture, shapes and colours brought me to content design, a discipline that became her passion and that she loves to live as an expert, leader and coach.
UX Content & Localization professional with Team Lead experience. Strong in process improvement and stakeholder management, with a hands-on approach and empathetic leadership style. Thrives in dynamic and international environments, enjoying easy-to-use multilingual products.
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