The Ultimate DTP Guide to Korean

Desktop publishing (DTP) is a process of using specialized software to create visual documents for print or digital media. DTP is an integral part of translation as it ensures that…

Decoding Khmer: Addressing the Technical Challenges in Localizing for Cambodia

Cambodia’s Rise and Growing Importance Cambodia has done a pretty long walking on its path to progress and prosperity – the path every citizen in every country wants to tread…

Zawgyi vs. Unicode: The Burmese Font Dilemma

Myanmar has had a tumultuous past. From colonialism to independence, to a coup and the closing of borders and now the reopening of international diplomatic ties. This history has certainly…

Asian Language Translation 101: A Starter Handbook for Project Managers

Embarking on translation projects involving Asian languages can be a complex endeavor. This handbook is designed to guide project managers through this process, providing practical tips and real-world examples to…

What You Should Know About Desktop Publishing in Thai

Desktop publishing in Thai – also commonly referred to as DTP – can pose a challenge for companies and organizations seeking to enter the market. In exploring the intricacies of…

Loading Chinese Fonts on Your Multilingual Website

Loading Chinese fonts can be an overwhelming task, however, using your client’s native language is detrimental to being successful in foreign markets. We’ve discussed the topic already and you can…

What is Copyediting and What Does a Copy Editor do?

Nothing screams out to a reader and frustrates them more than typos, inconsistencies, and grammatical issues and this is where a copy editor comes in. In the business, academic, government,…

Top 7 Game Translation Challenges

The world of games is vastly spiralling away with great demand for it. From teenagers who like to unload from the stresses of school to adults who would like to…

The importance of desktop publishing

It’s a given that we live in an increasingly globalized world with shrinking borders. In terms of language and translations, both are becoming very important components of doing business as…

Burmese script and punctuation – everything you need to know

Burmese language Burmese language is the official language of Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) and is nowadays spoken by more than 30 million people. It is one of the representatives…