adapting an interface or content to the different languages, skill sets and expectancies of a globally accessible application.

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Designing an address form for U.S. and international addresses

I am tasked with designing an address form that will function with U.S. as well as international addresses. There are multiple instances where our application may ask for an address. Also, the person ...
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Has anyone come up with a Match Case icon? [closed]

I have noticed that many major applications, such as Firefox, use the literal text Match Case (in English) on UI buttons in order to allow the user to specify that the Find function should match the ...
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What's the best way to display dates for international users? [duplicate]

Date formatting in the U.S.A. is usually shown as Month / Day / Year, while international users expect dates to be shown as Day / Month / Year. What is the best way to avoid confusion for a date ...
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How to label site language toggle? [duplicate]

Basically I'm choosing between two options for labeling a control that toggles language in the interface: Currently: English | Spanish Proposed: English | EspaƱol It makes sense to me that if ...
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What patterns are effective for managing the user's preferred weekend profile

We want to differentiate weekends and workdays on week and calendar based layouts. Locales have different options for weekend days and the start of week day. So we need to choose these and possibly ...
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How to get the best UX in multi-lingual blogs?

I'm about to start a blog, written both in English and Spanish, so I have several concerns: 1) Default language: Is setting it based on the users's browser language really accurate? (any statistics?)....