Mortal Kombat uses K instead of C
Bangerz rightly ends with a Z, rather than with an S
Eminem reverses the second E in his name to make it more phonetic
Beyonce has an accent on the E in her name
Nintendo Wii uses the more phonetic spelling of 'ii' for a long 'i' sound rather than 'ee'
The chain of estate and letting agents Haart uses the more phonetic 'aa'
Dunkin' Donuts Drive Thru, rather than Dunkin' Doughnuts Drive Through
Gary Clark, Jr's first major label studio album is Blak and Blu, not Black and Blue
Boyz II Men uses a Z instead of an S
Krispy Kreme uses K instead of C
The travel publication Conde Nest uses an accent on the E
Azerbaijani, a very phonetic language, uses the schwa as a letter. This is an example of a banknote
Jason Derulo uses the umlaut on the U to make his name more phonetic
A restaurant used the same phonetic transcription that we would have used for the characters 你好
"Salaam" in Dar es Salaam is spelled with both 'a' and 'aa' to indicate that the first vowel is short, while the second one is long