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The Art of Explanation has been out for about 1.5 years now and it's been exciting to see how it has made it's way around the world. The book has now been translated into 6 languages (including 2 versions of Chinese). A Russian version is forthcoming. Top row: Korean, Hungarian, Simplified Chinese Bottom Row: Japanese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese. It's fascinating to see the book in other languages and consider what goes into the design. For example, the western translations in Hungarian... Continue Reading
It's true! The Art of Explanation, has now been published in the Korean language. It was been great working with the Korean publisher and the translator, Kyo, who is our #1 fan in Korea. I asked Kyo to help me understand the title and he provided this: It is now available in Korean Bookstores and online. I'm impressed with the layout and design. As an author, I have no control over these factors, but I was pleasantly surprised. So far we have translation deals in these languages, but we... Continue Reading
A while back we realized something interesting about Common Craft videos: they travel well. We can replace my voice with the voice of a Spanish or Japanese speaker and the videos work. This set us on a path to take over the world. Let me explain. Educators and trainers in over 40 countries have licensed our videos since 2007 and we receive email regularly asking to translate the videos for their non-English speaking audience. If we could give these good folks a dependable resource for... Continue Reading
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