June is Pride Month – and at Supertext, it comes with a linguistic twist. Where does the acronym “LGBTQI” come from, and what can we learn from the origins of the individual words? Spoiler: while they may only have acquired their modern meanings recently, many of these terms can be traced all the way back to ancient languages.
Rokker has revolutionized the world of motorcycling gear with its highly abrasion-resistant riding jeans made of UHMWPE (ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethene). For the launch of its new lifestyle brand Riding Culture, the premium Swiss manufacturer turned to Supertext in Los Angeles, California to hit the apex of its messaging.
Bad Bunny has it all: he’s the first Latinx urban artist to appear on the cover of Rolling Stone, has sold millions of singles and has performed duets with Drake and Jennifer Lopez. And now, the Puerto Rican rapper has attained the ultimate honor: a starring role in Supertext’s transcreation explainer.
E-commerce is just like any shopping experience. If the customer can’t connect with it, even the best product in the world won’t sell. User experience is decisive – and a localized one is sure to bring customers back again and again. Let’s take a look at why it pays off to localize your online store.
The vaccine is a game-changer – and so is the way it’s communicated. That’s why the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) is using a language everyone understands, and picked Supertext as its partner in administering the information.