Max Naylor, Author at Sandberg Translation Partners

Max Naylor

3 reasons why English adaptation is your key to entering the UK market

3 reasons why English adaptation is your key to ente...

3 reasons why English adaptation is your key to ente...

4/09/2020

Max Naylor

Thanks to the status of the English language as the world’s lingua franca, the needs of native British English...

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6 reasons why you shouldn’t rely on your own employees for translation

6 reasons why you shouldn’t rely on your own employe...

6 reasons why you shouldn’t rely on your own employe...

11/08/2020

Max Naylor

If you’ve never had a need for localisation services before, you might be tempted to lean on your own employee...

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The ultimate linguistic guide to software localisation for developers

The ultimate linguistic guide to software localisati...

The ultimate linguistic guide to software localisati...

8/07/2020

Max Naylor

There are lots of great guides out there for how to prep your product for internationalisation and localisation ...

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Celebrating summer, Nordic style

Celebrating summer, Nordic style

Celebrating summer, Nordic style

11/06/2020

Max Naylor

Each Nordic country has its own unique traditions and ways to celebrate the arrival of summer. This season makes...

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Introducing our new identity

Introducing our new identity

Introducing our new identity

14/05/2020

Max Naylor

The year has got off to a tumultuous start – for many 2020 is looking radically different than we had hoped or...

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4 Nordic recipes to whip up this Easter

4 Nordic recipes to whip up this Easter

4 Nordic recipes to whip up this Easter

9/04/2020

Max Naylor

Earlier this week, our Managing Director Anu Carnegie-Brown introduced us to the Nordic Easter tradition of egg ...

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Waffling about the weather

Waffling about the weather

Waffling about the weather

16/01/2020

Max Naylor

You’ll have almost certainly heard the old falsehood that the Inuit have hundreds or perhaps even thousands of...

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Cook up a Scandi Christmas

Cook up a Scandi Christmas

Cook up a Scandi Christmas

19/12/2019

Max Naylor

There’s perhaps no time of year where the concept of Scandi hygge is more appropriate than at Christmas. The ...

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5 ways to get the most out of financial translation

5 ways to get the most out of financial translation

5 ways to get the most out of financial translation

3/12/2019

Max Naylor

Translation of financial texts often requires a different approach: with highly specialised terminology, short d...

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3 approaches to adapting US content for UK audiences

3 approaches to adapting US content for UK audiences

3 approaches to adapting US content for UK audiences

31/10/2019

Max Naylor

The cliché goes that the best translation work is invisible: when translation’s done well, the reader feels l...

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Celebrating the European Day of Languages

Celebrating the European Day of Languages

Celebrating the European Day of Languages

26/09/2019

Max Naylor

Each year on 26 September, the European Day of Languages is celebrated across the continent. The aim of the day ...

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Company news: September 2019

Company news: September 2019

Company news: September 2019

13/09/2019

Max Naylor

Celebrating three years of our Varna office This August saw the celebration of the third year of our presence in...

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Q&A with Alex Stolyar, Project Coordinator

Q&A with Alex Stolyar, Project Coordinator

Q&A with Alex Stolyar, Project Coordinator

20/08/2019

Max Naylor

For our latest Q&A, I spoke to Alex Stolyar, a project coordinator who works in our Varna office. She starte...

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Considering emoji in localisation

Considering emoji in localisation

Considering emoji in localisation

30/07/2019

Max Naylor

Around a fortnight ago was this year’s World Emoji Day. Marked each year on 17 July, the event has been celeb...

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How the Nordics are standing up to climate change

How the Nordics are standing up to climate change

How the Nordics are standing up to climate change

16/07/2019

Max Naylor

Few areas of Europe are set to feel the effects of climate change more acutely than the Nordic countries. Indeed...

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Language vitality in the digital age: a look at Icelandic (part 2)

Language vitality in the digital age: a look at Icel...

Language vitality in the digital age: a look at Icel...

3/12/2018

Max Naylor

This is part 2 of the article “Language vitality in the digital age: a look at Icelandic”. Click here to rea...

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Language vitality in the digital age: a look at Icelandic (part 1)

Language vitality in the digital age: a look at Icel...

Language vitality in the digital age: a look at Icel...

26/11/2018

Max Naylor

Of the thousands of languages used in the world today, only a handful are used online. Just over half of all web...

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5 facts about the Icelandic language

5 facts about the Icelandic language

5 facts about the Icelandic language

23/08/2018

Max Naylor

Icelandic is a language you might have heard without even realising it. In fact, if you’ve ever heard a song b...

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It’ll be all right at the end…

It’ll be all right at the end…

It’ll be all right at the end…

11/06/2018

Max Naylor

You’ve heard of cosy hygge (the Danish “art of cosiness”), maybe you’ve come across the Swedish perfec...

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