Desktop publishing helps businesses to recreate their original content assets, such as product catalogs, in new languages. This video explains how the desktop publishing team at EVS Translations ensures professional layout for all your print and digital documents including flyers, brochures and more.
Translation is only one part of the process to create print and digital content assets. The production process grows more complex as additional layout and formatting solutions are required. EVS Translations offers an end-to-end solution: our linguists and desktop publishing experts work together to deliver accurate content enhanced by professional layout.
EVS Translations can complete both the translation and desktop publishing work in one carefully integrated workflow. We manage the issues that arise when recreating content in new languages, including unsupported fonts, lack of or excess white space (through text expansion/contraction), and incorrect line-breaks. This in-house expertise for DTP plus full linguistic validation from our translators on the final layout means your print-ready or digital content assets have a truly professional finish.
- 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
To learn more about how our teams recreate original print and digital content assets in new languages, call EVS Translations USA.
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