We Are Family with TWB Fundraiser

The title of the blog, "We Are Family with TWB" is written in a rounded 70s style font. The image for this blog consists of 2 1970s style patterns on top of each other. There are 3 stickers on the image. On the top left there is a version of the TWB logo altered to now look like someone doing the "Staying Alive" pointing dance under a glitter ball. This is a Ludejo fundraiser for Translators without Borders.

On the 23rd of April, Ludejo will organise their 6th annual fundraiser for Translators with Borders, “We Are Family with TWB”. These fundraisers have firmly established themselves as an integral part of the social activities during the Globalization and Localization Association annual conference. To date we have raised almost €29,000 with the help and support … Read more

Royal Delft Museum:

2 ceramic tiles made at the Royal Delft Museum on a checkerboard tile pattern. The tile on the left has Snoopy looking up at the stars in the night sky. The tile on the right shows a traditional Dutch scene; there is a path leading to a windmill . The brand elements of Ludejo, including the logo and heart icon, are on the image. The title of the article is also on the image: Royal Delft Museum: Quintessential Dutch Craftsmanship and Culture

Quintessential Dutch Craftsmanship and Culture Steeped in history and recognized globally, Royal Delft stands as a testament to Dutch craftsmanship and heritage. This renowned pottery, with its distinctive blue and white designs, has become a symbol of the Netherlands, capturing the essence of Dutch artistry. As part of our crusade to explore and experience as … Read more

Unseen Perspectives: Inclusive Communication

The image contains a page with braille text. The dots from the braille letters bulge from the sheet of paper. The title of the article, “Unseen Perspectives: Navigating the MuZIEum, Decoding Braille, and Inclusive Communication”, is written across the image. The Ludejo logo, and brand style graphics are embedded in the image.

Unseen Perspectives: Navigating the MuZIEum, Decoding Braille, and Inclusive Communication “What is it like to be blind or partially sighted? During a visit to the MuZIEum, you will experience it yourself.” These are the welcoming words you encounter when you step into the MuZIEum, an institution in Nijmegen dedicated to inclusive communication. This unique facility … Read more

Can I do my website translation with DeepL? 

A person with a blue jumper holds an AI robot in the palm of her hand. There is a blue platform, glowing and translucent, beneath the AI being. The robot is translating text from one language into another. The robot may have a malfunction. One eye has been replaced with an X. Ludejo brand elements and the Ludejo heart icon have been blended into the image. The title of the blog, “Can I translate my website with DeepL?” has been written across the image.

Can I translate my website with DeepL?  You’re feeling pretty good about yourself: your website is almost ready for its launch. Now all what needs to be done is the translation.  How can you get a website translated? Your friends and colleagues say: just use DeepL! And yes, you can certainly use automatic translation services … Read more

Arabian Tales: The Magic of Fairy Tales and Stories

Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates looking magical in the glow of blue lights against the dark night sky. The Ludejo heart icon hovers blurred in the distance behind the main dome of the mosque. The title of the article, “Arabian Tales: The Magic of Fairy Tales and Stories” is written on the image.

Almost every child in the Netherlands is familiar with the story of Aladdin, a young man who comes into possession of a magical lamp and, along with the confident Princess Jasmine, attempts to thwart the evil plans of the sorcerer Jafar. The animated film that Walt Disney based on this Middle Eastern tale caused a … Read more

Searching for Answers at the Naturalis Museum Leiden:

The last quagga, mounted at the Naturalis Museum in Leiden, is photoshopped onto an image of the sun setting on an empty savannah. Brand elements from Ludejo, including the logo and heart icon, as well as the logo of the Naturalis Biodiversity Center are on the image.

Why We use Latin and Greek in the Naming of Species What is binomial nomenclature, and what does it have to do with the quagga going extinct? Binomial nomenclature is a scientific naming system used to assign a unique two-part name to each species of organism, consisting of the genus name followed by the species … Read more

The importance of context in Arabic

Have you ever been on holiday in a foreign country where you encountered customs that you didn’t quite understand? Or have you ever asked someone a closed question, and then they responded with an open answer? Or has someone said ‘no’ to you, but it turned out later that this person actually meant ‘yes’? If … Read more

International Literacy Day 2023: Fostering Empowerment, Inclusivity, and Global Development

International Literacy Day 2023. Stacks of books in the background of the image. A book lies open on teh table in the foreground. A blue cup with colourful pens are on a stack of books in the center.

“Since 1967, International Literacy Day celebrations have taken place annually around the world to remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, and to advance the literacy agenda towards a more literate and sustainable society.” UNESCO International Literacy Day holds great significance for Ludejo. We are a … Read more

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