WorldAccent has been a reliable supplier of high-quality Greek typesetting services to business and organizations since 1989.
Our London-based studio provides a fast, economic typesetting service and takes pride in its reputation for precision and accuracy.
An expert project manager from our multilingual team will look after your project from receipt through to delivery, and ensure you receive first-class typesetting, on time and on budget.
Contact us via the buttons below to discuss your Greek typesetting requirements and get a free, no obligation quote.
Expert typesetting in Greek
With our years of experience with Greek page makeup, and our extensive collection of Greek fonts, we will rework your document into Greek, whilst ensuring the design and style of your layout is maintained.
We have all the technical knowledge you would expect, from an in-depth understanding of Greek typographic conventions to an authoritative knowledge of InDesign, Illustrator, Quark Xpress, Word, Photoshop, Powerpoint, Acrobat and more.
As all of our Greek typesetting is carried out in-house, we can respond quickly to amendments or queries.
We are always on-hand to help – whether by advising on the language implications of your initial designs or composing a graceful flow of the Greek text.
Typeset Greek, in a format to suit you
Your typeset Greek document will be supplied back to you in an easy to use format, such as high resolution PDF or outlined artwork file. We can also supply Greek ePubs if required.
Whether you need a business card, a brochure, or an entire book typeset in Greek, we will make the process painless whilst ensuring your intended message is conveyed well to a Greek audience.
Combined Greek translation and typesetting
For complete peace of mind, you may prefer WorldAccent to provide the Greek translation. This integration allows us to deliver the maximum benefits of our streamlined workflows and cutting edge technology, which will save you time and money.
Some points of interest on written Greek:
- Only upper-case letters existed in classical Greek. Lower-case Greek letters were developed later.
- The modern Greek alphabet consists of 24 letters.
- Ancient Greek used the polytonic orthography, with many diacritics. Modern Greek abandoned it in 1982 in favour of monotonic, which has only 2 diacritics.
Greek typesetting, London project management and flawless communication
Get in touch today to find out how this winning combination can meet your business’s Greek typesetting needs. Just click on your preferred contact method below.