In a world post the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), there are many reasons to suggest that the impact of printed media is set to increase. Firstly, the GDPR have helped to make both individuals and businesses more aware of their data, who they share it with, and how it is stored. This increased awareness […]
The Poppleton History Society approached us earlier this year to help them produce a special letterbox sized book: ‘Poppleton Sons of the Great War remembered’. This fascinating historical book provides an insight into the lives of those recognised on the two First World War memorials in the villages of Upper and Lower Poppleton. We understood […]
We are delighted to welcome Colin MacDonald to the Wood Richardson team! Having started in the industry 20 years ago, Colin joins our team as an E-commerce Development Manager and will be working on producing our online web-to-print service for B2C and B2B customers. Colin has previously worked for an ecommerce platform for five years […]
We have been investing heavily in digital technology and have recently purchased a new digital printer, so we can print A4 documents in a landscape folded format. This increases our capability to enable us to print this format quickly, cost effectively and on to a broader range of stocks. Not widely available in the print […]
Children’s author, Lee Ellis and illustrator Mark Dobson approached us at the end of last year to help them produce a rush order of their book ‘Charlotte’s Fall’. ‘Charlotte’s Fall’ is just one of a series of fascinating children’s books about ‘The-ings’; a building force that protects people from disease-causing organisms and substances. These unique […]
We would like to say a fond farewell to Senior Estimator David Wilson. Dave has retired after 36 years’ service, having worked at our Haxby Road office and previously at our King’s Square building. We wish Dave a long and happy retirement!
Have you ever been in the situation where you’re talking to a printer and feel yourself getting more and more confused by the language they are using? You are not alone. Approaching a professional printer can seem daunting when the terminology is unfamiliar. To break down the language barrier, we have created a simple guide […]
Colour can be a complicated topic to understand. Colours are created by wavelengths of light received by a human eye. There are 7 million wavelengths which all equate to a different colour so trying to reproduce them all within the print process is a challenge! We understand the frustration that can be caused when the […]