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Flags are not languages | UX links - Issue #85

Flags are not languages | UX links - Issue #85
By Philipp Brunner • Issue #85 • View online
not long ago I was working on the language and country selection for a multinational website – an interesting and complex task. Flags represent nations and not languages, still it’s used as a language symbol quite often. I discovered a blog lately that deals with this UX topic and holds a selection of best practice examples.

Flags are not languages – A blog about designing global user experiences: beyond language, location & culture.
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