Richard Ishida - Xerox

Richard Ishida is a Global Design Consultant with Xerox, based in the UK. Through seminars, courses and consultancy he helps product groups around the world develop web sites, documents, software and on-screen information so that it can be easily localised for the international marketplace.

In addition to Xerox and Fuji Xerox, Richard's client list includes several large multinational corporations as well as government and trade related institutions in Europe. He is a popular and regular speaker at globalisation-related conferences, mostly by invitation, and has delivered tutorials twice a year at every International Unicode Conference since 1995.

Current activities also include:
- globalisation of DTDs and stylesheets for customer documentation
- globalisation consultancy for web site development
- globalisation of the Xerox product development process
- development of UI internationalisation standards, guidelines & requirements for Xerox and Fuji Xerox (Japan & Asia Pacific)

He has a background which includes translating and interpreting, computational linguistics, and translation tools. And has spent time studying French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese and Arabic

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