By Richard Stephenson, CEO at YUDU Ltd On the 31st of December 2020 Adobe Flash reaches the end of its life after a history dating back to 1993. When Adobe bought Macromedia in 2005, Flash Player was installed on more computers worldwide than any other web media format, and we naturally adopted this technology as... Continue Reading →
By Emily Byrne, Marketing Executive at YUDU Header image by Gemma Smith, Graphic Designer at YUDU Covid19 and lockdown restrictions meant we’ve all had a lot more time to spend at home and become a little more creative. Whether this meant picking up a paintbrush, reading a book or dusting off the knitting needles, we’ve... Continue Reading →
By Emily Byrne, Marketing Executive at YUDU Header Image by Gemma Smith, Graphic Designer at YUDU The lowdown The Independent Publishers Guild’s Spring Conference exhibited the resourcefulness of independent publishers since the start of the coronavirus crisis. The aim of the conference was for attendees to connect and learn with others to gather inspiration and... Continue Reading →
By Emily Byrne Header Image by Gemma Smith Here at YUDU we’re promoting a proactive and productive lockdown. Reading has definitely benefited my own well-being and given me the opportunity to be mindful and find a little safe space away from the chaos of Covid-19. I’ve been using my extra time to read into personal... Continue Reading →
By Jim Preen, Director of Crisis Management at YUDU Header Image by Gemma Smith Publishers who are struggling to get their content printed and distributed during the coronavirus outbreak are turning to digital, says YUDU CEO Richard Stephenson. Newspapers, journals and trade magazines are seeing a huge spike in readership on the back of the... Continue Reading →
Last month the EU proposed a new copyright law , which shows a growing concern over how to rein in plagiarism, “fake news” and the power of internet giants like Google and Facebook.
Alison Watson, CEO and founder of Class of Your Own, has been awarded an MBE for her pioneering work in education. By bringing industry leaders in engineering, architecture and construction into a curriculum that gives children and young people a head start in these fields, Alison has changed lives and opened up a world of opportunities, inspiring the next generation of engineers.