John Yunker

John Yunker

Author and founder of Byte Level Research
Joined on December 19, 2006
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About

John (at Byte Level Research consults with many of the world’s leading multinational companies, providing web globalization training and benchmarking services. Over the years, he has authored a number of landmark reports on website globalization and usability, including:

> The Web Globalization Report Card
> Mobile by Design
> Geolocation for Global Success
> The Art of the Global Gateway
> The Savvy Client’s Guide to Translation Agencies

In his other life, he devotes his time to animal rights causes, and is author of the novel The Tourist Trail and cofounder of Ashland Creek Press

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Topic Interests

New TLDsDomain NamesWebICANNCybersecurityDomain ManagementRegistry ServicesCybercrimeMultilinguismDNSInternet GovernancePrivacyData CenterBroadbandMobile InternetCensorshipPolicy & RegulationEmail

Recent Blogs

Russia and Ukraine: A Tale of Two Languages, One Rising and One Falling

Five Reasons to Avoid Using Maps on Websites

Think Beyond .com: From Country Codes to Internationalized Domain Names

In China, Email Addresses Are Irrelevant

Forget it, Jake. It’s China.

Popular Posts

Apple.news or News.apple?

The World’s Most Dangerous Country Code Top-Level Domains

The Next Internet Revolution Will Not Be in English

In China, Email Addresses Are Irrelevant

The Top 25 Global Websites from the 2015 Web Globalization Report Card