tcworld 2018

CSOFT Presents at tcworld China About Managing Western Writing Teams

From May 15-16, CSOFT attended and spoke at tcworld China 2018, where experts and leaders from the technical communications field gathered to discuss the latest information and trends for the industry. At the 2-day event, presentations and workshops covered a broad range of topics including the developments of AI in technical writing, the benefits of chatbots, and the uses of different CMS platforms.

Translation quality assurance: a final checkpoint for spelling and other oddities of language

Does Splling Rly Matter? (On Translation Quality Assurance)

Multiple studies from the past decade repeatedly show the same conclusion; there is a strong demand for proper grammar and syntax. A 2013 study reveals that 59% of Britons would not use a company that had obvious grammatical or spelling mistakes on its website or marketing material, and 82% would not use a company that had not correctly translated its material into English.

Importance of localized Communications

Localized Communications and the Limitations of Grammar

When it comes to written materials, perfect grammar isn’t the most important thing to prioritize. The most important aspect of any written materials is, and always will be, communication. In this series of articles, we will look at a number of examples that lay bare some of grammar’s inadequacies when it comes to communication. For this first part we will look at the problem recursive grammar poses to the art of communication.