InDesign - just getting back to the field
Thread poster: Claire Ziamandanis

Claire Ziamandanis  Identity Verified
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Member (2016)
Spanish to English
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Feb 16, 2016

I'm recently returning to translation, and am still getting up and running on the more recent technology in the industry. I am good with technology in general, but this has me stumped. A client is asking if I "offer design work". I am comfortable picking up InDesign, but am unclear if the client is also asking me to do Graphic Design work. The client sends English art files, which are then "translated and redesigned" using InDesign.
Are they just asking if I can translate what is in the art files? Or might they be asking me to go in those art files and redesign?
Any help on this? Thank you!


Melanie Di-Costanzo  Identity Verified
Member (2013)
German to French
Ask him what he wants EXACTLY! Feb 17, 2016

Why don't you ask him directly?


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