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How to design for an Iranian audience without compromising design



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Jessica Lovegood Have you ever trusted a website you couldn’t understand? What if that website involved finances and legal compliancy? I’ve been consulting with the OSACO group for a few years and our latest project was to build their finance focused website for some key prevention work they’re doing in Iran. This meant that as well as the English website, they also needed an Iranian translated version (which is a right-to-left language) so that they could ensure trust and legitimacy