Desktop publishing helps businesses turn their native language content assets into professional foreign language versions. This video explains how the DTP team at EVS Translations ensures professional layout for all your documents including flyers, brochures and more.
Translation is only one part of a process for creating a business’ print and digital assets. The production process grows more complex as additional design-related solutions for brochures, manuals and other print media are required. Package together this production workflow with EVS Translations to free-up time and resources while speeding up time-to-market.
EVS Translations has evolved and grown over the past 25 years to deliver end-to-end solutions perfectly tuned to client requirements. This is why we have one of the biggest in-house desktop publishing teams in the industry, which works to provide print-ready and digital solutions. Using the latest graphic design software, they recreate brochures, posters or user manuals across multiple languages. When we deliver your content, it is ready to go.
- The Adobe Creative Cloud (e.g. InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator)
- Adobe FrameMaker and Adobe RoboHelp
- Microsoft Office applications (e.g. Visio, PowerPoint and free alternative OpenOffice and LibreOffice)
- AutoCAD, QuarkXpress, Scribus, Serif PagePlus or MadCap Flare
EVS Translations can complete both the translation and desktop publishing work in one carefully integrated workflow. We have the necessary linguistic and technical expertise to understand and manage issues that arise with different languages including unsupported fonts, excess white space through expansion/contraction, and line-breaks. This in-house expertise for DTP plus full linguistic validation of the content in its final layout means your print-ready materials have a truly professional finish.
To find out more about how we can work with your different file formats and final design, call EVS Translations UK.
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