Our services focus on design work, so we do not provide services related to content creation or proofreading text. However, our creatives can manually transcribe text if you don’t have copy/paste ready text.
Transcribing text can be very time-consuming if there is lots of text to transcribe, so take note that the turnaround time of your request will most likely be impacted if you don’t provide copy/paste-ready text. Ask your creative for an ETA to gauge how much time your request might be delayed because of the transcription process.
Although transcribing text is within our scope, we still have limitations.
We won't be able to work on requests that need:
❌ Transcription of handwritten notes attached as a photo or scanned image.
❌ Transcription from audio or video files.
❌ Translation for non-English languages.
❌ Proofreading copy for spelling/grammar/formatting errors.
❌ Creation of full or partial copy content for any customer requests.
To avoid missing project deadlines, always try to provide your creative with copy/paste ready text and follow our Copy Best Practices.
Copy Best Practices: How to avoid spelling mistakes
We know how important it is to carefully construct the message you want to send to your customers. That's why we recommend you provide us with proofed copy/paste ready text so your creative can focus on designing.
Your creative can transcribe text for you, considering some limitations, but to maintain optimal turnaround times of your requests, your copy should be in a format that your creative can easily copy and paste, such as in a Word doc file or shared via the Design Pickle request form.
I only have flattened images containing my copy. Is there a workaround?
For flattened digital text, you could use a free online OCR tool (such as onlineOCR.net) to convert the file into a raw text file. Once it's converted, you can send it over to your creative.
Be sure to proofread it before sending it over, though, as conversions aren't always 100% accurate!
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