If you haven’t thought about it, consider that localization testing is crucial throughout the entire globalization process. You wouldn’t want to ship a localized product to China, for instance, with unreadable, corrupted text that runs off the page.
Adequate testing ensures that you deliver a high-quality product, catching—and correcting—any bugs that come up in the localization process before it’s released. It saves you time and money, too. After all, finding these errors post-release can mean costly rework and having to address them multiple times (for each target language).
Let’s take a look at three localization testing methods so you can avoid any and all setbacks. Continue reading