website localization

Bablic’s new UX: richer and easier to use

This is the post I was waiting to write for a while. Seriously, I couldn’t wait. Today is the day we announce Bablic‘s new interface. It’s pretty, it’s rich and it’s super easy to use. The idea is that every business should be able to make its website global within just a few minutes and with minimal effort.

So what’s all the fuss about?

1. Learn as you go

First and foremost, everything is easier. A short tutorial will teach you everything there is to know about localizing your website. Your website will be ready within minutes. Literally.

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2. Fine-tune content (without breaking layout)

You can fine-tune text manually, or add collaborators that can do it for you. You can see the result in real time. Also you can easily edit text style and CSS (size, margins etc.) to make sure that languages with longer words don’t mess up the appearance/layout of your page. Ever seen menus jump to the next line because they don’t fit in the margins? We make sure that doesn’t happen to your website.

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 3. A picture is worth a thousand words

Localization does not stop at text. Make sure that media on your site reflects what your customers are looking for. Replacing pictures for each and every different language takes just a few clicks.

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4. Never compromise on content quality

Content should be translated properly but managing translators is complex and demanding. Well, not anymore. All it takes is a few clicks. You get a real-time quote on the specific pages you want to translate and you are ready. When the translation is complete it will be published automatically on your site.

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All you have to do is input a URL in our home page and begin the journey. You’ll be surprised by how quick and easy it is. And of course if you have any questions or concerns you can get in touch with us directly at [email protected]

See you soon!

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Gabriele Manasse

Gabriele is Bablic's CEO. He's curious about what the world has to offer, and no matter how many pin flags are on his map at the moment, there's still room for more. He gets a genuine rush out of thinking that content can reach new frontiers thanks to website localization.