Our instructors include award-winning designers who are leaders in their fields. We work with the best to ensure you receive the best teaching and consulting possible. Many designers or aspiring designers out there, would have to leave home (and likely need to be fluent in English) to get access to good type design education; or attend conferences to take font engineering workshops. Our instructors have opted in to online teaching, so that they can help us take down these geographical and linguistic barriers — and we love them for it!
Nadine is an award-winning Lebanese type designer. She is the CEO at I Love Typography Ltd and principal at ArabicType Ltd. She has an MA in Typeface Design from the University of Reading, UK; a PhD from Leiden University; and a Master of Studies in International Relations from Cambridge University. She has numerous awards including two Awards for Excellence in Type Design from the Type Directors Club in New York.
In 2009, Berlin-based type designer and author Ulrike Rausch founded her own type foundry, LiebeFonts, providing high-quality typefaces with a charming personality & obsessive attention to detail. Her growing portfolio of handwriting fonts has been used in publications, advertisements, and websites all around the world. Besides type design, Ulrike enjoys teaching at art schools and giving type design workshops in her studio.
Rainer was born in Vienna, and studied photography, philosophy and Dutch. Today, he creates and produces typefaces, teaches type design, gives type design workshops, translates Dutch books on typography into German, and writes articles and Python scripts. Rainer joined the Glyphs team in 2012, and has been writing tutorials and the Glyphs app handbook. He is also a co-founder of Schriftlabor font foundry in Vienna.
Irene gained her Masters in Type Design at the University of Reading in 2004. She subsequently started to collaborate with international type foundries and corporations, working as a type designer and Greek type consultant. From 2013 to 2019 she was senior designer and variable font expert at Type-Together. From January 2020 she is back to full-time freelancing Greek and variable fonts. Her latest typeface collaboration is Colvert.
Matteo is the founder and creative director of branding studio Mucca. He’s a singular personality and industry leader whose multidisciplinary background helped him build one of the most respected companies in design. His focused yet fun-loving approach has earned him strong client partnerships with countless firms, including Sephora, Barnes & Noble, Target, WeWork, Whole Foods, the legendary Balthazar in NY, and many others.
Toshi is an independent typeface designer in London who runs his own studio. Inspired by the old game fonts, Toshi launched Tabular Type Foundry for only monospaced typefaces; he also runs Omega Type Foundry for non-monospaced fonts. Writing systems of his interest and specialty are not only limited to Latin but others, including Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, Tibetan, and Mongolian. He’s also the author of ‘Arcade Game Typography’.
Malou is an independent French type designer making retail and custom typefaces. He has a Graphic Design degree from l’École Duperré in Paris, and an MA in Typeface Design from the University of Reading. His typeface Camille is part of the collection at France’s Centre National des Arts Plastiques. In 2016 he designed Johnston100 for TfL, London’s new Underground typeface. His newest font family is Boucan.
Aleksandra is a Latvian-born type designer based in the Netherlands. She studied visual communication in Riga and Berlin, and graduated from the TypeMedia master program at KABK in The Hague. Being native to Latin and Cyrillic, she has a keen interest in the origins of typographic traditions within these scripts. Aleksandra is often engaged in designing Cyrillic extensions or consulting on Cyrillic