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Waleed Eseily

Digital Design Specialist. Waleed is a native Arabic speaker born in Menofeya (the northern part of the Nile Delta), Egypt. He has over 10 years’ experience in multilingual design, desktop publishing and localization engineering. Over the years he has worked for localization and design companies Verso and Future-Group working in the documentation desktop publishing and design departments. He also has comprehensive training and experience in many localization and CAT tools. He holds an array of professional certifications including CIW’s Certified Internet Webmaster and Programmer, IBM Web Programmer and Macromedia Designer and extensive application experience with the Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft products.

  • Steps to Convert Your Scanned Arabic Text to Microsoft Word

    Steps to Convert Your Scanned Arabic Text to Microsoft Word

    Google’s server based engine runs the files stored on Google Drive and with one click, you get your outlined or scanned Arabic text recognized and converted into a text document in Google Docs.

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  • Translation and Localization for Africa: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Translation and Localization for Africa: Democratic Republic of the Congo

    The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is located in Central Africa and is the second largest nation in Africa by area, and the fourth largest by population.

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  • Word vs. Publisher: Which is better for DTP?

    Word vs. Publisher: Which is better for DTP?

    Microsoft's Word and Publisher tools are applications, which are sometimes used for similar tasks, including typing and editing text and placing, cropping, resizing and rotating images. Does this...

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  • New Adobe Illustrator CC Creative Tool: the Shaper Tool (2015.2)

    Late in 2015, Adobe released the lastest version of Illustrator CC. One of the new features is the Shaper tool. This tool will help you create complex designs by drawing, merging editing and...

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  • Google’s New Logo, Why?

    Google’s New Logo, Why?

    Google introduced a new logo on September 1st. The company writes in the official blog "Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years-from the range of our products to the evolution of their...

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  • Adobe FrameMaker 2015 and RTL Features

    Adobe FrameMaker 2015 and RTL Features

    Adobe FrameMaker is one of the primary tools used for word processing and desktop publishing. It is mainly designed for large and complex documents. It continues to be one of the best choices for...

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  • Adobe Flash CC 2014, No More Support for Arabic

    Adobe Flash CC 2014, No More Support for Arabic

    Adobe is a leading company in the field of design and productivity software. Adobe products such as InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop support Arabic and all other Right-to-Left (RTL) languages....

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  • Machine Translation Blunders

    Machine Translation Blunders

    Literal translation can sometimes have adverse effects when the focus is put on the word and not the meaning. A word or phrase in one language in one locale, may have an entirely different...

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  • Adobe’s Arabic Fonts: The Best for Arabic DTP Specialists?

    Adobe’s Arabic Fonts: The Best for Arabic DTP Specialists?

    Adobe Arabic font is an OpenType font designed by Tim Holloway with help from Fiona Ross and John Hudson in 2004-05. It was commissioned by Adobe with production by Tiro Typeworks. Adobe Arabic...

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  • Arabic Fonts: The Ongoing Challenge

    Arabic Fonts: The Ongoing Challenge

    Well, there are three main issues with the Arabic language and Arabic typography that make it a really challenging language to put on paper or screen with a richness in design.

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