Louise is a London-based graphic designer and illustrator who grew up in Cambridge and graduated from NUA in 2010 with a degree in design for publishing. Her passions for typography, print and cooking are often brought […]
Freelance designer and illustrator Lisa Horton originally studied to be a fashion illustrator before finding herself in the world of YA and kids’ book design, via a stint in adult fiction and a return to college to study Graphic Design. Among many others, she has designed a series of covers for author Lisa Heathfield, including Paper Butterflies, which was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize 2017.
Mike English is a freelance food and lifestyle photographer based in London. Shooting for various top magazines and publications, as well as ad agencies and food manufacturers, Mike traces his passion for food back to when, aged 5, he was taught how to cook by his Grandmother. Not long after, it was his fashion photographer uncle who first inspired him to pick to up a camera. Having previously owned a studio, he now operates from his home, which has a large shooting space.
Sarah Birks is a freelance Art Director and prop stylist specialising in food content. With a background in fine art, a Bachelor degree in graphic design, and an insatiable appetite for all things food, she worked on food titles for ten years before moving into the freelance world at the start of 2015.
Unsung Heroes 2017 It’s that time of year again: time to spread goodwill and show some appreciation for your favourite colleagues, freelancers and employees. After last year’s inaugural vote, we […]
Amanda Scope is an Austrian-born graphic designer, with over 15 years experience in magazine and book publishing, She has designed covers and layouts for various lifestyle and fashion magazines, anthologies and trade books. We spoke to Amanda about the difference between working on self-published and traditionally published books, whether or not you need a degree to work in print design and the most gratifying aspect of her job.
We are pleased to reproduce this brilliant essay on typography’s evolving significance in a digital landscape by UX designer and typography enthusiast Matej Latin. Read on for an abridged history of typography and its changing relationship with humanity. This article was originally published on Matej’s blog A Day in the Life of a Designer. Among Matej’s other ventures is Gutenberg, a web typography starter kit that brings meaning and craftsmanship to web typography. Matej is originally from Slovenia.
We asked longtime whitefox freelancer Jill Sawyer for some practical typesetting tips. Read on for advice from an industry veteran with a sturdy knowledge of the editorial and design aspects of publishing – a reliable resource for anyone who wants to begin a freelance typesetting career.