Written by : João Pedro Antunes Translated by : Justine Tarlet Would you like to contribute to society as a volunteer but you don’t know how? Are you looking for your first professional working experience, but you don’t know where or which direction to look? If you come from the translation and web fields, the answers […]
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Having returned to my home country, I decided to write a short post on the people who have helped me survive the coursework component of the CAWEB Master’s degree. Starting my journey at CAWEB Studying at the University of Strasbourg was a dream come true for me, since I’ve always wanted to live in France […]
Taking Stock: What is UX Design? UX stands for “User eXperience“. More concretely, UX refers to responses and perceptions that result from the use, and anticipation of using, a product, service or system. What is the purpose of UX design? To make a site accessible and user-friendly. UX design consists in designing a site and […]
In only six months, DeepL has become an indispensable tool for aspiring translators
Are you someone who thinks that art direction is only relevant to print media? This article will help you discover the link between art and web design and will give you some tips on where to look to get deeper understanding and apply it in your work. Before diving into solutions, ask yourself what the […]
First appearing in the form of Siri for iPhone in October 2011, smart assistants were initially restricted to mobile use. Three years later, Amazon launched Alexa with its Echo, a device designed this time to be used in the home. In 2016, Google enters the race and presents its new smart speaker: Google Home. After […]