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Spanish Translation Landing
Page Proposal
Presented by: Diane Ziel
Date: 08/04/2010
Spanish Translation: The Problem
• Currently many documents are translated and posted within smaller, hard-
to-find pages ...
Spanish Translation: Proposed Solution
• HC Marketing to create & maintain a centralized Spanish translation
landing page ...
Spanish Translation: Next Steps
• WSAC to review proposal and discuss viability; approve concept
• HC Marketing & WS to ad...
Spanish Translation: Navigation Path Option
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Spanish Translation: Navigation Path Option
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Spanish Translation: Navigation Path Option
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Spanish Translation: Mission landing pages
Spanish Translation: Landing Page
Spanish Translation: Landing Page
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  1. 1. Spanish Translation Landing Page Proposal Presented by: Diane Ziel Date: 08/04/2010
  2. 2. Spanish Translation: The Problem • Currently many documents are translated and posted within smaller, hard- to-find pages within our decentralized environment on our website • While this provides “contextual content” it creates a barrier and poor user experience for our Spanish-speaking users • There is no centralized entry point for any Spanish-speaking user ; there is no policy or guideline for when content should be translated and made available--resulting in lack of consistency and poor UE • OHSU Interpretive Services reports ~50,000 requests for Spanish alone per year (Next nearest language is Russian, at a mere fraction of that-- ~2,500) • The current situation does not support our Core Value of Diversity • Bottom line: Spanish speakers are forced to navigate in English to various locations on our site to try and find translated content—and it isn’t always available
  3. 3. Spanish Translation: Proposed Solution • HC Marketing to create & maintain a centralized Spanish translation landing page as a 1-stop shop for all available Spanish-translated materials available on our website • HC Marketing to coordinate across OHSU organization for updating the centralized landing page with new translated materials as they become available (cross-linking to contextual content) • Navigation path to be universal across website to allow for the best user experience and support our Core Value of Diversity • Centralized page to be Spanish-only based on needs/usage data; re- evaluated annually • We may transition to an “International” navigation link and simple landing page(s) for additional languages (following same solution defined above) if the data supports this scale of effort in FY2012 or later • We will evaluate the need for an “International” or translated website(s) only if the data supports this scale of effort and it is budget-supported to be revisited in FY2015 or later
  4. 4. Spanish Translation: Next Steps • WSAC to review proposal and discuss viability; approve concept • HC Marketing & WS to add to project list for next wave, once approved • HC Marketing to coordinate participation from web content managers, other stakeholders across the OHSU organization (through WOW and Monthly Managers Meeting, employee communication blogs, etc.) • HC Marketing to provide the translated landing page content, working with key stakeholders such as the Dept. of Diversity and Interpretive Services
  5. 5. Spanish Translation: Navigation Path Option 1 (Recommended)
  6. 6. Spanish Translation: Navigation Path Option 2
  7. 7. Spanish Translation: Navigation Path Option 3
  8. 8. Spanish Translation: Mission landing pages
  9. 9. Spanish Translation: Landing Page
  10. 10. Spanish Translation: Landing Page
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