DTP, or desktop publishing, refers to the editing of print-based media for publishing by means of a computer or software. The term was coined in 1986 by Paul Brainerd, the CEO of Aldus Corporation, with the introduction of Pagemaker (a page publishing software), and soon it was commonplace in reference to multilingual DTP.

DTP is mainly used for the production of promotional materials, product manuals and other illustrative materials as needed by progressive companies. Because the services or products of many enterprises have developed globally, multilingual presentations and tasteful design have become essential for their promotional programs and collateral so as to promote to target clients from multiple countries. DTP is a professional process that combines text editing, graphic design, layout design and product output.

Synergy Translations not only provides services via professional software such as MS Office, InDesign, FrameMaker, PageMaker, CorelDraw, Freehand, QuarkXpress and EDLcolor but also supports professional-grade DTP in MapGIS and AutoCAD. With a professional DTP team, we’ve completed numerous projects involving multilingual DTP and have ensured outstanding quality for promotional materials, product manuals and other materials.