Documents containing graphic elements often require more than just translation work. Publications such as brochures, newsletters or magazines usually include photos, infographics, charts, etc., which must be taken into consideration during the translation process. Text length can change dramatically when transferring one language into another, which means the entire layout may need to be revised. At Translatus, we use powerful DTP and graphics software to ensure your projects look as good in the target language as they do in the original version.
DTP, or desktop publishing, describes the process used to create publications that are ready for print. Using special graphics software, texts, images and logos are arranged and rearranged until the layout is perfect. The result is a digital master copy that is ready for reprint.
We work with source files in the following formats:
The best part: You don’t have to worry about anything. We do it all, from preparing your documents for translation to the final proof. Simply send us your documents – we take care of the rest.