Software and Culture: Beyond the Internationalization of the Interface

  title={Software and Culture: Beyond the Internationalization of the Interface},
  author={G. Kersten and M. Kersten and Wojciech M. Rakowski},
  journal={J. Glob. Inf. Manag.},
  • G. Kersten, M. Kersten, Wojciech M. Rakowski
  • Published 2002
  • Economics, Computer Science, Engineering
  • J. Glob. Inf. Manag.
  • Software applications are designed around user interaction. One interaction component is the user interface; the other deeper components represent the applications’ logic and core functionality. Internationalization architectures recognize the need for localizing user interfaces to particular cultures. We continue the discussion on culture and software focusing on the software core rather than the user interface. This core corresponds to deep culture as opposed to the surface cultural… CONTINUE READING

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