Technology has had an important impact on the work of translators and represents a shift in the boundaries of translation work over time. Improvements in machine translation have brought about further boundary shifts in some translation work and are likely to continue having an impact. Yet translators sometimes feel frustrated with the tools they use. This chapter looks to the field of personalisation in information technology and proposes that personalising translation technology may be a way of improving translator-computer interaction. Personalisation of translation technology is considered from the perspectives of context, user modelling, trust, motivation, and well-being.