TORONTO (December 2014) – One of Toronto’s top translation firms, Transletters has retained Scratch to develop a new site that would improve their overall online presence. The exclusively English to French translation agency focuses on the French Canadian/Québécois market in order to catch all the nuances of the English language when translating to French.
Scratch designed a unique layout and style of imagery for the website to differentiate Transletters from other translation companies. The website content was streamlined and updated in order to create a uniform voice and consistency throughout. With over 30 years’ experience providing services to a francophone audience, Transletters has built up an extensive library of resources including terminologies, glossaries, vocabularies, and industry-specific dictionaries.
Transletters principal, Scott Gill has mentioned the decision and process of why the website needed tweaking:
“We were in dire need of having our company website refreshed and were quite nervous about doing so. Through the nature of our business, we have the privilege of working with a number of agencies and we decided to work with Scratch for our website redesign. With just the right balance of hand holding and envelope pushing they succeeded in bringing us closer to the 21st century than we had ever been. I am grateful for all their work and am truly excited about the launch!”
The website is minimalist and follows the brand’s colours. The site caters to professionals by focusing on the Transletters experience and content rather than distracting from these values with too many visuals.
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