This post is the second in a series about the creation of a new book. To see all the articles in the series, click “The Journey of a Book” tab at the top of the page. Well, I had a “manuscript” for my next book (see previous post here). But the old word processing files […]
There’s no bigger decision you make in designing a book than picking the body typeface. A book by its nature is a long reading experience, and as book publishers we want our books to be as easy to read as possible while communicating the author’s intent.
Searching for old files, the author comes across the raw material for a new book drawn from lectures almost-forgotten and stored in his garage.