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Emoji Language Interpreter

With many years experience helping clients understand words and their underlying meaning in both written and verbal multilingual communication, we felt that it was a logical step to help clients to use and decipher the language of emoji more effectively. Today Translations present the latest addition to our business, emoji interpretation services. The staff who work on our emoji team know the meanings of every single emoji so they can interpret any document or message with ease. An emoji used or interpreted incorrectly can have disastrous consequences for your business, so it is important that your emoji interpreter knows the language inside out.

Software and Interpretation

Although software is great, it cannot replace a human interpreter. That’s why with our emoji interpretation services, we can complete any document translation that you require. We are aware of the different emojis and have an in depth understanding of cultural and international differences. There are many apps which can ‘interpret’ the meaning of an emoji but none of them can convey the real cultural meaning, only a human can achieve this level of accuracy.

We will work with you to expertly interpret any message or letter, presenting you with a clear and concise document so you understand any hidden or double meanings and most importantly avoid any costly misinterpretations. In order to keep our emoji interpretation services as current as possible, we regularly monitor trends and carry out research to explore the emoji language in detail, learning where confusion occurs and where misinterpretations often arise.

When would you use an interpreter?

Emoji language interpreters are used for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, during a court case for example, a text message or email will be used as evidence and this may contain emojis. It is very important that these messages are interpreted with accuracy and skill and that’s what our interpretation services aim to achieve. Interpreting the emoji is very complex and in certain scenarios it is vital that they are translated correctly.

There are many reasons why businesses want to use an emoji including new and innovative marketing messages to customers, or as a way to receive customer feedback. If your clients use emoji symbols to provide feedback on your products or services it is important that you understand what they mean so you can continue to improve the business and meet the requirements of your customers.

Improved Communications

We can help you reach and engage with your clients on an international basis, using the right emojis in the right context. In certain cultures, these emojis will take on different meanings or even have no meaning at all. As a result, they will not initiate the response that you had hoped. Some businesses may create training material which includes emojis throughout. We can help you interpret any type of emoji symbol so you understand the material and take the required action.

Using our specialist expertise of the emoji language, we can help you interpret any business or personal document quickly and accurately.

Whether you have a one off project or you require ongoing consultancy services, Today Translations can develop tailored interpretation services to suit the requirements of your business. Contact our team to find out more about how we can help you.

Reviews

Hospices of Hope

Vanessa D. (Corporate Relationships Manager)

Complete professionalism and added value to any corporate or charitable event. Today Translations team utilise impressive interpretation, event management and negotiation skills.to ensure a seamless, assured and successful outcome for their clients.

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Tim Harvey (Director)

Having recently used this Company to reach multiple European Customers both the speed of the service and quality of product were outstanding. Highly recommended.

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