Committed to building long-standing relationships with our publishing clients, the Publishing Services team at emc design are drawn into a variety of projects. They might be commissioning and sourcing photos one day and proof checking final layouts the next. Here we interview Assistant Production Editor, Alicia, about the ins and outs of working on the [...]
http://gty.im/622004038 In search of this today's pic of the week we took a look at the national days. National Eat Your Jello Day and Paper Bag Day were narrowly beaten by National Pecan Pie Day. If you come across some pecan pie today, this is the perfect time for scoffing. Enjoy!
http://gty.im/1014120724 We have been enjoying the warm weather and sunshine this week and would love to visit this beach in St Ives, Cornwall.
http://gty.im/594567397 With National Tea Day on 21 April and UK Coffee Week starting on 29 April, this week's Pic of the Week celebrates the humble brew!
Wherever you may be this Easter, may you find many chocolate eggs! Have a great one. Image by dlewisnash from Pixabay
http://gty.im/530430931 We’re loving the lighter evenings and so this week's Pic of the Week is of a stunning sunset from the Dugald Stewart Monument which looks out towards the famous Edinburgh Castle.
http://gty.im/172958673 It’s English Tourism Week, so in today’s Pic of the Week we’re showcasing one of Britain’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire was the cradle of the Industrial Revolution, and the historic iron bridge spanning the River Severn at the town of Ironbridge was the first structure in the world to [...]
http://gty.im/1130418280 This week was the one of the most exciting events in the publishing calendar – London Book Fair! Did you go this year?
http://gty.im/743706325 “Books are a uniquely portable magic.” – Stephen King Happy #WorldBookDay from all the book lovers at emc design!
http://gty.im/556070783 It's not technically Spring yet, but it definitely feels like it. It's so wonderful to see beautiful daffodils surrounding our countryside office! Here's a poem entitled 'Daffodils' by William Wordsworth: I wander'd lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host [...]