Designing for the Arab User some things to consider in relation to basic Arabic UX for Business.
What you’ll read about in this article:
- Mirroring layout for an Arabic interface is key, but has its limitations,
- Digits are written from left to right in Arabic, despite a right-to-left interface,
- Translating text into Arabic is not enough to create an Arabic interface,
- Not all words can be translated 1:1 in Arabic; some will result with long, descriptive phrases,
- Arabic script usually requires a bigger font than that used in the Roman alphabet,
- It is wise to refer Arab users to content in English (only about 5% of global content is in Arabic).
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