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Daniela Bustamante

Daniela has over 16 years experience in the translation, localization and language instruction professions. She holds a degree in Sworn, Literary, Technical, and Scientific Translation from the Instituto Nacional de Enseñanza Superior Olga Cossettini in Rosario, Argentina. Starting her career as a translator for English-Spanish/Spanish-English in 1990 over the years she has worked for several Localization Agencies as a translator, assistant project manager and senior project manager. She has completed a wide range of professional certifications in document and website localization with emphasis on translation, budgeting, quality control and project management including The Localization Institute’s Triple Certification in Localization Project Management (Localization Institute Chico, CA, USA).

  • Structured Writing Part 6: Publishing XML Content

    Structured Writing Part 6: Publishing XML Content

    Once you’ve created some XML content using DITA, you’re ready to publish the content to one or more outputs.

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  • Structured Writing Part 5: Applying DITA Elements

    Structured Writing Part 5: Applying DITA Elements

    I’ll put the pieces of the last few blog posts together and share what it looks like when you apply DITA elements to content.

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  • Structured Writing Part 4: Creating Content for Reuse Using DITA

    Structured Writing Part 4: Creating Content for Reuse Using DITA

    In the next few blog posts, I’ll drill down into more detail about what structured writing looks like from a writer’s perspective using the DITA standard.

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  • Structured Writing Part 3: Tools

    Structured Writing Part 3: Tools

    Since there are a wide range of scenarios, I’m going to focus on structured writing as it applies to reused technical content authored in XML using DITA, which does require tools.

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  • Structured Writing Part 2: Where to Apply It and Why It Matters

    Structured Writing Part 2: Where to Apply It and Why It Matters

    In this blog post, I’ll talk about where structured writing might make sense to apply in a business and describe the benefits of it.

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  • Structured Writing Part 1: What is Structured Writing?

    Structured Writing Part 1: What is Structured Writing?

    Structured writing is an approach to creating content that fits into a larger content strategy.

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  • Content Strategy: Style Guide

    Content Strategy: Style Guide

    Businesses generate all types of content, from website copy to marketing materials to user documentation. Unless you have a content strategy in place to plan and manage all of your customer-facing...

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  • News: HealthTap Goes Global with Crowdsourced Translations

    News: HealthTap Goes Global with Crowdsourced Translations

    HealthTap is a digital health service known as the 'world's first global health practice'. It is peer reviewed by over 100,000 top U.S. doctors and has answered over 4.8 billion health questions...

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  • Celebrate International Translation Day on September 30

    Celebrate International Translation Day on September 30

    International Translation Day (ITD) is celebrated every year on September 30th on the Feast of Saint Jerome. Saint Jerome, the patron Saint of translators, was the first person to translate the...

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  • News: Tanzania Launches First Kiswahili Kidney Website

    News: Tanzania Launches First Kiswahili Kidney Website

    Earlier this week, health experts launched the first Kiswahili language website providing information to combat kidney related issues on the rise in Africa. The website, launched in Dar es Salaam,...

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  • News: Bloomberg Expands to Accommodate Demands for News in Spanish

    News: Bloomberg Expands to Accommodate Demands for News in Spanish

    Since its inception in 1981 by Michael Bloomberg, Bloomberg L.P. has established an authoritative footprint in the world of data, financial software and media. According to GlobalJournalist.org,...

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  • Tips for Working with Translation Agencies

    Tips for Working with Translation Agencies

    When people are in need of translation services, companies and private individuals typically prefer to contact translation agencies rather than freelance translators. This happens mostly because...

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  • What is the Mother Tongue Principle?

    What is the Mother Tongue Principle?

    The Mother Tongue Principle, also known as the Native Speaker Principle, is one of the corner stones of translation and is an increasingly important consideration when employing translators for...

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  • Content Strategy: Creating Task-Based Content

    Content Strategy: Creating Task-Based Content

    Developing task-based content is a strategy which can lead to a good user experience, less content to manage and reduced costs while improving consistency. In this blog post, we will take a deeper...

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  • Content Strategy: Creating Standard Terminology

    Content Strategy: Creating Standard Terminology

    Having a content strategy in place can benefit a business in many ways, from a better customer experience to reduced costs to higher-quality translations. There are many components of a content...

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  • Content Strategy: Understanding Your Audience by Creating Personas Using Research

    Content Strategy: Understanding Your Audience by Creating Personas Using Research

    One of the measures to analyze in the qualitative analysis is how content applies to customer goals. In order to make sure your content is relevant for your customers, you first need to understand...

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  • Document Revision Control Part 5: Revision Control Using Adobe FrameMaker 2015

    Document Revision Control Part 5: Revision Control Using Adobe FrameMaker 2015

    Document revision control includes several components. In previous blog posts, I covered managing document revisions and creating a standard folder directory structure, tracking changes between...

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  • Top 10 Tips for Writing for Localization

    Top 10 Tips for Writing for Localization

    All too often, companies create content without preparing it for localization. This can result in higher costs, longer turnaround times and even low-quality translations. To avoid this situation,...

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  • Document Revision Control Part 4: Authoring Process and Tips

    Document Revision Control Part 4: Authoring Process and Tips

    In this part of my document revision control blog post series, I'll describe some things to consider regarding revision control throughout the authoring process. I'll also give you some additional...

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  • Document Revision Control Part 3: Part Number and File Naming Conventions

    Document Revision Control Part 3: Part Number and File Naming Conventions

    In my previous blog posts on document revision control, I talked about the importance of managing document revisions and creating standard directory structures, and tracking changes to documents....

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