Gerry Leonidas

Recent articles by Gerry Leonidas

Formal richness for the tablet age

Issue 77, Autumn 2010

Review

Open the Pages interface on an iPad and look at the menu bars: the tab stops are…

The visualisation of complex data

Issue 79, Spring 2011

Review

St Bride Library has been undergoing something of a renaissance in recent years.…

Lost in flatlands

Issue 80, Summer 2011

Feature

Will the next generation of page layout programs give us back our sense of space?

Telling it like it is

Issue 82, Winter 2012

Review

The long-running Typo Berlin conference brings together a thousand delegates…

Type tales told for ordinary folk

Issue 78, Winter 2010

Review

It was hard to avoid Just My Type in the weeks before its publication in October…

Recent blog posts by Gerry Leonidas

Type Tuesday: space exploration

8 May 2012

Some reflections upon typography & layout (and why palettes are evil)
In ‘Lost in flatlands’ in Eye 80, as part of our special ‘20 years of change’ section, Gerry Leonidas asked: ‘Will the next generation of page layout programs give us back our sense of space?’

In with the old, in with the new

31 January 2011

Thoughts (and sketchnotes) on the Design of Understanding conference
St Bride Library has been undergoing something of a renaissance in recent years, writes Gerry Leonidas. It is emerging as the place to host design-related events in London, and an increasingly wide audience guarantee sold-out events. ‘The Design of Understanding’ was sold out to a mix of regulars as well as new faces.