by Judith Pattinson

Wilkommen!

I'm Judith Pattinson, accredited German to English translator and a native speaker of English. My business goes by the name of Signal Translations.

Qualifications

I hold NAATI professional accreditation as a German to English translator, and the well-respected Diploma in Translation from the Chartered Institute of Linguists (UK). I am also a keen member of the BDÜ, the German Federal Association of Interpretors and Translators. My academic qualifications include a BA (Hons) and MA (both first-class honours) from the University of Melbourne and the Graduate Diploma in Editing and Publishing (GradDipEdit&Publ) from RMIT University.

My CV contains details of my career and German language achievements.

Experience

My translation experience includes high volumes of:

  • legal, financial and corporate documents
  • marketing texts, press clippings and press releases
  • certificates
  • literary translation, including Jan Bauer's graphic novel, The Salty River, published by Twelve Panels Press on 27 August 2015.

and more. See my Working Areas & Rates for further details.

My editing experience includes

  • Many years’ experience as a publications editor, both in-house and freelance, with a wide range of government and other organisations
  • a number of years as production editor for a magazine with a major Melbourne metropolitan newspaper
  • localisation and proofreading work
  • desk-top publishing and web design

Why Signal?

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Because I aim for outstanding – signal – results.

And because I care about getting the right message across.

signal

adj. [attributive]:

Striking in extent, seriousness, or importance; outstanding

Origin: early 17th century, from French signalé, from the Italian past participle segnalato ‘distinguished, made illustrious’, from segnale ‘a signal’

noun:

1. A gesture, action or sound [ ... ] used to convey information or instructions [ ... ]

2. An electrical impulse or radio wave transmitted or received

3. An apparatus on a railway [ ... ] giving indications to train drivers of whether or not the line is clear

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