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Author: Steve Goy
8th October 2020
This Translation Guide is a designer to non-designer jargon buster
These unusual times are seeing many of us work in a more agile way; we’re multiskilling, multitasking and you may feel that you need to be multilingual when it comes to marketing terminology!
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