Graphic designers with a love for languages & scripts.


Chinese languages (the two biggest of which are Mandarin and Cantonese) are written in simpli­fied form (mainland China) or use the tradi­tional charac­ters (Hongkong, Taiwan, diaspora).



Like most Semitic languages & scripts modern Hebrew (or Ivrit) is written from right to left. The Hebrew alphabet has 22 letters and does not use cases. Five letters have different forms when used at the end of a word.



Spoken and written by about 420 million people in a vast region stretching from Morocco to Yemen. The spoken dialects of Arabic vary greatly from region to region, but all share the same written MSA (or Modern Standard Arabic).



Farsi (or modern Persian) is written with the same Persian-Arabian script as Arabic but is a different language altogether. Farsi is mainly spoken in Iran. In Afghanistan, the language is called Dari.



The Korean alphabet, known as Hangul in South Korea and Chosŏn’gŭl in North Korea nowadays consists of 14 conson­ants and 10 vowels. All letters mimic the artic­u­lat­or’s shape and phonetic features.


Print or digital. We help agencies, companies and not-for-profit organ­isa­tions with the local­isa­tion of their brand collat­eral, packaging, ads, flyers and magazines, in many languages.

Give us on mobile at +31 6 23167794 (UTC/GMT +2), or use the button below to get a fast quote. PS. We don’t do trans­la­tions, just the design.

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