Ewa Satalecka (Poland) is a graphic and theatre set designer whose work, including kinetic typography installations, was presented at the “Liquid Page” Symposium (Tate Britain 2008) and at the Moving Type Exhibition (Gutenberg Museum, Mainz 2011). Satalecka organized international design conferences (Agrafa in Katowice 2010, 2012; MOTYF 2013, 2014 in Warsaw) and numerous workshops on graphic design and typography. She is a professor at the Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology in Warsaw. www.ewasatalecka.a4.pl
Pilar Cano (Spain) is a typeface designer from Barcelona. In 2006, she received an MA in Typeface Design from the University of Reading, UK. Cano is a co-author of Typosphere: New fonts make you think, a comprehensive guide for typographers and graphic designers. She is a founder and principal of type foundry and design studio www.letterjuice.cat.
Verena Gerlach (Germany) was born in Berlin and studied Visual Communication at Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee. Founder of a graphic design, type design and typography studio, www.fraugerlach.de in Berlin, she gives lectures and workshops about type and graphic design.
Martin Majoor (Netherlands) designed several award-winning typefaces, such as FF Scala, FF Seria and FF Nexus. In addition to his work as type designer, Majoor has designed several books. He teaches typography and gives workshops and lectures around the world. www.martinmajoor.com
Robert Oleś (Poland) is a book designer and typographer. He published the Polish edition of The Elements of Typographic Style by Robert Bringhurst (PL: Design Plus, 2007). Since 2008, Oleś has been a co-owner of the design studio and publishing house d2d.pl in Krakow, which publishes books on typography and graphic design.