We employ writers with specific knowledge in the museums and heritage sector. Our authors and editors work closely with staff at your organisation to research and write authoritative and accessible copy for any publication.
Embarking on a new publishing project can be a daunting prospect. That's why an experienced project manager will be on hand to develop initial ideas, organise content generation, and ensure the whole process runs smoothly and to schedule.
We have many illustrators to call on, all with their own specialisation. So whether you're looking for a character for a children's book, a floorplan or a highly detailed historical map, we can find the right style for you.
Jarrold Publishing has long-standing relationships with trusted quality printers in the UK, Europe and the Far East. The whole print process is managed, from sign-off of the finished artwork to delivery, by our dedicated production manager.
A beautiful publication begins with beautiful photography. Our photographers are acknowledged experts in the heritage sector, ensuring we capture the heart of your history, architecture and collections.
We have two warehouses: one in England, and one in Scotland. Books are delivered in from our printers and can be dispatched in a single delivery or stored safely and securely for delivery over a number of years.
Our award-winning graphic designers have extensive experience in the publishing industry, with specific skills in book and cover art. Each designer absorbs the subject before putting forward intelligent and creative design concepts.
Once your new guidebook is delivered, why not shout about it? We can quickly and economically produce complementary posters, pop-up banners, leaflets, flyers, postcards and many other bespoke materials, to help our clients publicise their new books