Over the past years, I have worked with well-known translation agencies. In that capacity, I have translated countless amounts of copy for some of the biggest names in the IT industry. Before starting out as a freelancer, I spent nearly ten years working as an in-house translator for an IT company. Some of my regular end clients include:
Microsoft (company emails and browser ads)
Dropbox (website copy, help system, company emails, etc.)
Samsung (website copy)
Canon (user manuals)
and other well-known brands like Apple, Sony, Lenovo, Epson, Sharp, Ricoh etc.
I also regularly translate for companies from the following industries:
- Cosmetics, toothpaste...
- Financial services
and have repeatedly translated for The European Commission.
Types of copy
I translate all kinds of documents, no matter the file format: from manuals to software strings and website copy, from internal company reports to promotional materials.