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Insight into Design and Layout Programs

October 14, 2016 2 Comments

There are so many choices out there for document design and layout programs. Which one do you use and for what do you use them for? First think about what your project is. Is it a brochure, a newsletter or maybe even a book? This blog will give cover which programs to use and what each program can p...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
document design, document layout, documentation layout, document design and layout
The Difference between JPEG and GIF and Which to Use

August 28, 2016 Comments

There are so many extensions for images, including: .gif, .jpg, .png, .tiff and .bmp. Knowing which one to use can be confusing and you always want to have the correct one for the design output you are working on....

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Document Translation
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JPEG vs. GIF, design file extensions, graphic file extensions, .jpg vs. .gif
New Features in Photoshop CC 2015

July 27, 2016 Comments

If you use Photoshop you know Adobe is always trying to improve their products by really listening to the users. As a result, the UI has gotten better and easier with each new upgrade. In this blog, I will discuss using a few of the new features in Photoshop CC 2015: the Artboard feature, Gly...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
DTP, Photoshop CC, Photoshop Features, Glyphs, Photoshop Artboard, Photoshop Layers, Adobe Photoshop
Best Practices for Preparing Files for Structured FrameMaker Localization

July 20, 2016 Comments

Localizing a Structured FrameMaker file is not so different from localizing an Unstructured FrameMaker file. However, there are a couple of things we should know before preparing the files for localization, especially if the document was created by the client or third party. Structured FrameMaker is...

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Document Translation
Tags:
structured framemaker, framemaker best practice, best practices for structured framemaker
Content Strategy: Creating Task-Based Content

July 08, 2016 Comments

Developing task-based content is a strategy which can lead to a good user experience, less content to manage and reduced costs while improving consistency. In this blog post, we will take a deeper dive into the task-based content approach and how it fits into a larger content strategy....

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
content marketing, content creation, task based content, content strategy
How to Use Adobe Typekit Fonts

May 31, 2016 Comments

To create appealing and appropriate designs, it's important to have a selection of fonts to choose from, especially if you are working with multiple languages. However, accessing a useful library of fonts can be complicated or really expensive. A few years ago, Adobe launched Typekit to give designe...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Adobe, Adobe Typekit, DTP, Fonts

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