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Hungarian Typesetting Services

When you need Hungarian translation or Hungarian typesetting, WorldAccent delivers.

Our London based studio has years of Hungarian DTP and design experience. We will translate your visual design from English to Hungarian – ensuring that your Hungarian layout conveys your style to the intended readership, while making sure the spirit of the original is maintained.

From advising on the language implications of your initial designs through to producing print-ready PDFs, our studio are experts in producing language-appropriate, elegant Hungarian layouts.

We have all the technical Hungarian typesetting knowledge you would expect, from an in-depth understanding of CE fonts to an authoritative knowledge of Quark Xpress, InDesign, Illustrator, Word, Photoshop, Excel, Powerpoint, Acrobat and more.

And we will supply your typeset Hungarian document back to you in an easy to use format, such as high resolution PDF or outlined text. Whether you need one word or a whole brochure in Hungarian, we will make the process painless and make sure you convey your intended message to a Hungarian audience.

Naturally, website translation is available too. We can translate your multimedia or web source files into Hungarian and provide you with code files localised and ready to go.

Did you know:

  • In Hungarian the family name is written first, followed by the given name.
  • The ballpoint pen was invented by the Hungarian Laszlo Josef Biro (or in Hungarian: Bíró László József).

Hungarian typesetting, London project management and flawless communication

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

Need more than one language to be typeset or translated? WorldAccent also offers a wide range of multilingual typesetting and professional translation services spanning the world’s languages. Contact us now to discuss your organisation’s translation requirements.