New Graduate Scheme for Editorial Designers

May 23, 2014

Bedford based design agency, emc design launches their first graduate scheme for want
to be editorial designers.  It offers a starting salary of £16,000.

emc design is one of the leading UK agencies dedicated to the publishing industry and
has been steadily growing over the past few years. The company has always had the
ethos of bringing in design graduates with the aim of training them in-house, on live jobs
from day one. Their culture is to nurture and develop already very talented designers
who have been taught the fundamental basics of good design at undergraduate level,
including typography, information design, layout skills and concept development. They
look for people who have the enthusiasm and potential to become the very best editorial
designers. They train and develop their designers in a proven scheme in the technical
and creative side of the job – teasing out an in-depth understanding of how form and
function balances when designing for the educational publishing markets.

They are committed to ensuring that they continue to grow the company to provide long-term
career opportunities for all their staff.

If you are interested in more information, please take a look at and download
the graduate information pack.  Applications close on 30th June 2014.

Mike Cryer, Managing Director, says of the scheme:
“We are very pleased that we are in a position to offer opportunities to graphic design
graduates in an interesting area of design. Taking on graduates and training and
developing them has been the best means of recruiting good designers for us. Getting
good creative people is essential to our plans for growth.”
“We work for the top UK educational publishers producing books and digital components
just within the publishing industry. So our expertise is in editorial design. This is a niche
area and often not recognised as the most glamorous area of design, however, it can
be the most challenging and rewarding. Young designers that join us generally say
they cannot believe how much they learn when they come here and what a friendly,
supportive atmosphere it is to work in.”