Professional Typesetting in the World’s Languages

Making sense the world over

Burmese Typesetting Services

WorldAccent delivers top class Burmese typesetting, either as a standalone service or as part of our range of Burmese translation services.

Our London-based studio provides a fast, economic service and takes pride in our reputation for precision and accuracy. Companies at home and abroad have trusted us for over 25 years to deliver their foreign language typesetting needs.

Find out how we can meet your organisation’s Burmese typesetting requirements. Choose one of the options below to discuss your project and get a free quote.

Experts in Burmese typesetting

The WorldAccent team brings our substantial Burmese typesetting and design experience to your project. We will translate your visual design from English to Burmese – ensuring that the Burmese text is composed correctly while the layout conveys your style to the intended readership.

From advising on the language implications of your initial designs through to producing print-ready PDFs, our studio’s expertise ensures your project is in great hands – producing language-appropriate, elegant Burmese layouts.

Burmese typesetting
Professional Burmese typesetting – whatever the document.

Burmese typography problems solved

Producing a document in Burmese can present challenges unfamiliar to those more used to European languages. Burmese text must be composed correctly, with line breaks only where appropriate. All of our Burmese typesetting is carried out in-house, meaning we can respond quickly to amendments or queries.

This in-house knowledge also allows us to advise you during your design process of any potential pitfalls in Burmese. We have all the technical Burmese typesetting expertise you need: an in-depth understanding of the Burmese writing system, Burmese typographic conventions, typefaces and fonts, and an authoritative knowledge of how to typeset Burmese using InDesign, Illustrator and more.

We can also provide a Burmese translation service. However, if you are supplying the Burmese text yourself, care must be taken on the font used by the translator. For instance, one popular Burmese font, Zawgyi, is not Unicode-compliant. We recommend contacting us at the earliest stage so we can advise on the optimal workflow and options.

A wide portfolio of Burmese typesetting

WorldAccent works on a wide range of Burmese projects. We are happy to provide samples of our Burmese typesetting when discussing your needs – client confidentially prevents us posting them on the web. Common tasks might include typesetting Burmese adverts, business newsletters or community information.

Burmese, Myanmarese or Myanmar language?

Burmese is the official language of Burma, a country also known as Myanmar or more formally the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. In English, the language itself is sometimes called Myanmar, Myanmarese or even Myanmese.

The Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar officially cites the English name of the language as the Myanmar language. However most English speakers continue to refer to the language as Burmese.

It is written in the Burmese script which consists of circular and semi-circular letters.

Typeset Burmese in a format to suit you

Your typeset Burmese document will be supplied back to you in an easy-to-use format, such as high resolution PDF or outlined text. Let us worry about composition and appropriate fonts to provide files you can use with confidence. Whether you need one word or a whole brochure, you can be confident of top quality Burmese typesetting delivered quickly in a manner to suit your workflow.

Some Burmese typesetting facts:

Burmese typesetting, London project management and flawless communication

Get in touch today to find out how this winning combination can meet your business’s Burmese typesetting needs. Just use your preferred contact method below.

Need more than one language to be typeset? WorldAccent also offers a wide range of multilingual typesetting and multilingual translation services spanning the world’s languages.