Recently, a client asked me if I would be willing to perform the localization process on a course I had been working on for them using Adobe Captivate 8. Given that I had never been involved with this type of process, I said “of course!”
I had no idea what I was signing up to do or the challenges it presented. I don’t think I even realized how many things the localization process touched during the conversion.
This course was created in English and being translated into Spanish. The source material was built in Adobe Captivate 8.
I was NOT involved with the communication between my client and the localization vendor. I simply received direction and files from my client on what to build with the components they provided. I was solely wearing my Developer hat for this project.