Everything you need to know about Desktop Publishing and how your Translations is affected
With the advent of the computer, the publishing industry changed tremendously. In the past, newspaper, magazines and other printed works followed lengthy tedious and time-consuming process for them to become complete products. Today, the story is very different. Desktop publishing (DTP) is a popular art that can be done by anyone, anywhere at any time as long as the publisher has access to a computer. What exactly is DTP?
In the simplest explanation, DTP is the use of a digital desktop to lay out and construct documents such as brochures, magazines, flyers or any other. In some cases, desktop publishing overlaps with formatting and even simpler and more common activities such as typesetting and design. Content can be the digital media or to be printed on hardcopy.
Modern technology has facilitated several additions and improvements to DTP. Common software synonymous with DPT include ;MS Word, MS Publisher, and MS Powerpoint. In design and layout, you will find tools such as InDesign, CorelDraw, Photoshop and others are commonplace. In more advanced setups, you will find software such as DocuSign which facilitates the creation of remote signatures.