Jay J. NelsonContributor, Macworld

Jay Nelson is a printing, design, and publishing industry veteran. As editor and publisher of Design Tools Monthly since 1992, he chronicled publishing’s evolution from manual paste-up to iPads. He loves fonts and font technology, manages PhotoLesa.com and publishes e-books at TheSkinnyBooks.com. He’s also the author of the upcoming book “QuarkXPress 2016 for Dummies” (Wiley).

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