Entries by Star Translation

The Meaning of Easter

Meaning of Easter and Its Origin For all of us nowadays, Easter is about chocolate eggs, feasting with family and friends and relaxing over a long weekend. But the meaning of Easter and its word origins are over a millenium old. It all started back in the 7th century AD with an English monk named […]

International Day of La Francophonie

Celebrate the International Day of la Francophonie (Journée internationale de la Francophonie) with us! Our office in Dublin employs skilled native French project managers among other nationalities. Therefore, in honour of the French language and culture and to appreciate our French team in-house, we would like to give you a little background information on this […]

Saint Patrick’s Day 2015

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day 2015 This year’s Saint Patrick’s festival will kick off on Saturday 14th of March up to the day itself on the 17th of March. The Irish government established the festival of Saint Patrick’s in November 1995. Their aim was to be among the greatest Saint Patrick’s festivals that take place around […]

STAR Celebrates International Women’s Day

On the 8th of March, businesses and governments will celebrate International Women’s Day. It’s a day set in place to respect the contributions and achievements women workers have made in the past and in the modern world today. Many countries celebrate and appreciate the various economic, political and social achievements all women have made to […]

Sweden Sans, National Font for a Modern Country

Sweden Sans Typeface Sweden Sans Becomes First National Font Ever Swedish designers were given the task of creating a national font and they called it Sweden Sans. A design agency in Stockholm was commissioned to create a typeface to be used by the Swedish government and corporations. Taking national identity to the next level. Sweden […]

Seachtain na Gaeilge 2015

Seachtain na Gaeilge 2015, Ireland’s Cultural Festival This year’s Seachtain na Gaeilge, also known as SnaG (Irish Language Week), runs from the 1st to the 17th of March. SnaG is one of the biggest festivals of our national language and culture in Ireland. It runs up to Saint Patrick’s Day on the 17th of March, […]