Take Up The Left To Right Layout
The main difference between Right To Left (RTL) layout and Left To Right (LTR) layout is the direction in which the content of your interface is displayed. When the interface switches from one direction to another, the process is called mirroring. RTL layout is the mirror image of an LTR layout; in other words all visual elements should be mirrored – texts, images, graphics, numbers, etc.
The concept of mirroring, in this context, expands to the user behavior. However, that doesn’t imply that the Arabic UX designer is obliged to mirror every single element on the interface. One can break the rules without bending them.
Let’s take logos and icons as an example - if your user has gotten used to a certain alignment of visual elements, then hardcore mirroring shouldn’t be implemented. Remember, users favor recognition over recall, which means that familiar design pays off better. On another note, users scan the elements on your interface in two ways - either diagonally, or in an F shape. One thing is certain, they will work their way from the top down. Make sure that the information’s hierarchy of your interface flatters that behavior.
In conclusion, the mirroring process depends in its majority on your user’s expectation of information flow.
Think affordability, think familiarity.