Five Steps to Better Typography with Mark Boulton

Who is Mark Boulton?
Mark Boulton is a graphic designer living in South Wales with his wife and two daughters.

Mark Boulton - Photo Courtesy of Anton Peck

He currently runs a small design studio, Mark Boulton Design, where he works with clients such as ESPN, Warner Bros, BBC, British Energy and Drupal. In the past, he has worked for the BBC and designing wonderful experiences for all manner of clients and people across the world. He is also co-founder of small publishing imprint, Five Simple Steps, where they publish practical design books for the web community.

Mark has gifted the typographic community with an abbreviated but insightful series of writings about how to better one’s typographic prowess. They’re from a while back, but quite worth the read if you ever spend time setting type in any form, whether for print or web. It has definitely enhanced the framework I use to set type. I’d say more, but I would rather you spend the time reading the articles.

[box]So without any further rambling I present the "Simple Steps…" series:[/box]