The London Centre for Book Arts

Design Week have recently posted an article on a new centre which is opening at the end of the month which is completely dedicated to the production of books. From paper making to letter-pressing London Centre for Book Art (LCBA) will be a venue where visitors can explore their love of the printed book with [...]

emc celebrates being in the Publishing business for 22 years!

This month emc design celebrates 22 years of working for the Publishing industry. Our Director Mike Cryer founded the company in December 1990 and we've been steadily growing in size since then. We've built a strong reputation and expertise in ELT Publishing and are recognised as being one of the foremost design agencies in the [...]

emc's 2012 Christmas card is here!

Now that all of our cards have been delivered we can let the whole world see it! The theme for our 2012 Christmas card was a no brainer. With a snazzy new logo and website we knew what we wanted to feature on our card this year. So we'd like to wish all of our [...]

We're looking for talented, creatives to join our team!

Are you a designer with an eye for detail? Are you as technically brilliant as you are creative? And do you want to work for one of the leading design agencies dedicated to publishing? If so we want to hear from you! emc design has been growing over the last few years and we have [...]

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Explore Your Choices – ELT course from Pearson

Pearson ELT have been writing and designing a new blended, multi-component, course Choices and emc design were lucky enough to be involved in producing some of the components. The course is all about giving teachers and learners the flexibility (the choice) to use printed and a mixture of digital materials. This is brilliant as it [...]

New ELT courses for Young Learners from OUP

As one of the largest specialist ELT design agencies in the UK we are often tasked with designing and producing materials for large courses. This has certainly be the case for two Young Learners projects that we have produced recently for Oxford University Press. We really enjoy being given these large projects as it puts [...]

Interview with Alastair Horne from CUP on collaboration within Publishing & Race to Learn

Cambridge University Press and the Williams F1 team collaborated in 2009 to create Race to Learn, a fun, engaging educational programme that fits into the national curriculum. I asked Alastair Horne, who was the project lead for Cambridge, about it. Can you give us a brief insight into what the project is, who’s it for [...]

Can we save the Publishing industry through collaboration..?

... Well BookMachine does and so do we! Tonight emc design is sponsoring BookMachine Unplugged which sees the beta launch of BookMachine.me a new platform and network for the people that make Publishing happen. The event has 4 guest speakers (Eric Huang of Penguin, Dean Johnson of Brandwidth, Alastair Horne of CUP and Charles Catton [...]

Designing for Business English Language Learners

We've recently been involved in producing a whole host of ELT resources for Cambridge University Press's Business & Professional English department. It's a challenging type of editorial design as there is always a lot of content to get onto the page but we enjoy the technical challenge. Use of English in a business context is [...]