07.10.17

The Meaning of “Bahasa”

Recently, we’ve had a few discussions with our clients on the meaning of Bahasa when translating for Indonesia, Malaysia and neighboring countries in Southeast Asia. We decided to take a closer look. Did you know that the word “Bahasa” means language in many Asian languages? This is important to note when translating your content for […]

07.06.17

Interesting Facts About Irish Language

Recently, I took a trip to Ireland. While driving around the country, I noticed that road signs are bilingual. Place names are listed in Irish (in mixed case) and English underneath (in all capital letters). This piqued my curiosity about Irish language, so I decided to ask around a bit more while in Ireland. I delved […]

06.13.17

Welcome James Li, Project Manager!

At LinguaLinx, words and languages are our business and our passion. Our success depends having a team of great people behind our work! We’d like to show you a little bit of who we are. With that, join us in welcoming James Li to the team as our newest Project Manager! James joined our team in May 2017. He […]

06.08.17

Microlearning and eLearning Localization: How They Work Together

Microlearning is a term that we have heard from many of our friends in the eLearning, training, and talent development industries.  Therefore, we decided to take a closer look and see how this relates to eLearning localization. What is microlearning? Microlearning is often referred to as a learning “nugget” about 3-5 minutes long that meets a […]

06.06.17

LinguaLinx at Safety 2017

June is National Safety Month. How fitting is it that Safety 2017 – the American Society of Safety Engineers‘ (ASSE) annual conference and exposition takes place later on in June? Denver, Colorado plays host to this year’s event, which takes place from Monday, June 19th – Thursday, June 22nd at the Colorado Convention Center. If you’re going to be […]