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InDesign CC 2015 New Features: Shading and Graphic Cells

October 23, 2015 Comments

I like to share the features that are introduced with each new version of InDesign, especially if they can help improve designing layouts and help apply best practices for localization. I would like to share with you two great features introduced with the new version, 2015, released in June. ...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
InDesign, InDesign 2015, DTP
Google’s New Logo, Why?

September 23, 2015 Comments

Google introduced a new logo on September 1st. The company writes in the official blog "Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years-from the range of our products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today we're changing things up once again." ...

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Category:
Global SEO
Tags:
Google, Google's Logo, DTP
Desktop Publishing Arabic Text: What You Need To Know

March 04, 2015 Comments

Arabic is a Semitic language, written from right to left. It has a highly connected script, so letters seldom stand alone, and the shape of each letter varies considerably depending on its position in the word. This makes Arabic a highly complicated language for Non-Arabic readers and handling any A...

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Category:
Language Translation Facts
Tags:
Arabic, DTP, Desktop, Publishing, Layout, Typography, Arabic Script, Right to Left Language, Joining Script, Composer, Paragraph, character, table
Adobe’s Arabic Fonts: The Best for Arabic DTP Specialists?

February 23, 2015 Comments

Adobe Arabic font is an OpenType font designed by Tim Holloway with help from Fiona Ross and John Hudson in 2004-05. It was commissioned by Adobe with production by Tiro Typeworks. Adobe Arabic font won recognition from The Type Directors Club (TDC) and is well known as a good counterpart for Latin...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
Adobe, Arabic, Translation, DTP, desktop publishing
Chinese Desktop Publishing Best Practices

April 01, 2014 Comments

Chinese has become one of the most translated languages among all other Asian languages. It follows that the need for Chinese DTP (typesetting or formatting) after a document is translated is a service need that is growing as well. With Chinese being such an important and prevalent language of inter...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
DTP, Chinese Translation, Document Translation
Top Tips for Successful Japanese Desktop Publishing

February 10, 2014 2 Comments

Japanese is one of the most requested Asian languages for translation. Though many companies contact their preferred language provider for the Japanese translation, they often attempt to complete the desktop publishing (formatting) by their internal marketing or design teams, usually as a cost-savin...

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Category:
Document Translation
Tags:
DTP, Japanese Translation, Document Translation

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