Trust is a good thing, yet when dealing with written text or translation, it is well advised to have a second pair of eyes review the work for accuracy.  The "four-eye" principle is, therefore, applied to every translation.


With proof-reading, a text is checked for any mistakes in spelling, grammar, punctuation and consistency of formatting.


Editing a text goes far beyond proof-reading. When editing a text, the focus is on factual and technical accuracy, expression, target-group oriented register and style, consistency and comprehensibility as well as the structure of the text.

The price for proof-reading and editing is based on the respective hourly rate.