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70 minutes

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En este vídeo aprenderás:

- Nociones básicas sobre la historia de la moda
- Aspectos a tener en cuenta a la hora de traducir en el sector de la moda
- Herramientas para traducir diferentes textos de moda

Description

¿Quieres comenzar a traducir en el campo de la moda? Aprenderás cuáles son los aspectos básicos a tener en cuenta y te servirá como trampolín para especializarte en este sector y comenzar a atraer nuevos clientes.
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En una hora aprenderás los aspectos básicos sobre la moda enfocada hacia la traducción y los varios aspectos a tener en cuenta a la hora de traducir. Training plan:
  • Historia de la moda
  • La moda en la actualidad y su papel en el día a día
  • Alta costura vs. Pret a porter
  • Dónde se “encuentra” la moda
  • Tipos de textos a traducir en la moda
  • Enfoque y aspectos de la traducción enfocada a la moda
  • Anglicismos en la moda. ¿Qué hacer?
  • "Inconvenientes" a la hora de traducir
  • Copywriting
  • Upload Date

    October 10, 2014

    Trainer Bio

    Diana Jiménez Vallejo - Diana Jiménez is a Spanish Freelance Translator and Conference Interpreter with a BA in Translation and Interpreting (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, UAB). She has studied in 3 different universities to widen her translation and interpreting knowledge: Universidad del País Vasco, Vitoria; Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona; and Scuola per Traduttori e Interpreti del Comune di Milano, Milan. She has acquired engineering notions while she worked for an international engineering company for 4 years, where she translated many tecnnical documents and manuals. Later, she started with creative translation and over the years she has acquired a vast knowledge in the fields of fashion, advertising, marketing, web, tv, etc. She has been working with several renowned fashion homes for several years. Besides, Diana has worked as an interpreter in an aeronautics company for more than one year, which has given her a wide spectrum of technical terminology of helicopters, translating in the classroom, in the maintenance simulator and in flight. She is from San Sebastián, Spain, but has lived for around 10 years in Milan, Italy, and she currently lives in Guatemala.

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