by Joanna Pineda Posted on December 4, 2009
Matrix Group recently worked with Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to launch a bilingual Web site for the organization’s Middle East Center. To communicate with its multilingual audience, Carnegie needed to enhance its Web site to provide content in both Arabic and English.
Our work included:
- An enhanced Content Management System, allowing Center staff to post content in both Arabic and English
- Incorporation of a filter in the site search to allow visitors to search by language
- Web friendly display pages to account for right-to-left reading
Visit the Carnegie Middle East Center Web site
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