GPI’s Vision for Technical Communications Future
December 20, 2011
At year-end nearly all of us try to foresee significant trends and tools for the coming year. In this Adobe video, you can hear our own Maxwell Hoffmann share GPI's vision of where we see Technical Communications heading in 2012.
This video interview was taken at the recent Adobe Executive Summit held in San Jose. Hoffmann's comments are based on the collective experiences and observations of our entire team of subject matter experts, who work with content and multichannel publishing. We're happy to share this Adobe YouTube video, " Maxwell Hoffmann on Technical Communication and Adobe products" with you, so you can compare it with your own predictions for the coming year. We welcome your comments on what you see changing in 2012.
GPI's Multilingual Desktop Publishing Services
Globalization Partners International provides many services with document translation and website translation that involve multilingual desktop publishing services. This list below highlights some of the more common products used in such projects:
- Word Desktop Publishing Translation
- FrameMaker Publishing Translation
- XML/DITA Training, Consulting
- RoboHelp Publishing Translation
- Captivate Publishing Translation
You may also find some of our previous blogs on desktop publishing useful:
Please contact GPI at email@example.com or at 866-272-5874 with your specific questions about Microsoft Word and your project goals. A complimentary Translation Quote for your project is also available upon request.
- Global Conferences
- Adobe Tech Comm Suite, Adobe, FrameMaker, RoboHelp, technical communication
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Nicolás Cárcano - Desktop Publishing Specialist
A native speaker of Spanish, Nicolás has expert skills on both Mac and PC platforms with many DTP applications including Adobe Tech Comm Suite, specifically structured and unstructured FrameMaker, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and others. He also has advanced skills in Microsoft Office products like PowerPoint and Word, as well as Quark.