Oliver Schöndorfer is user interface and app designer. He’s not a UX ninja unicorn rockstar but he’s hopelessly in love with everything type and works as freelance designer and typographic consultant for clients and agencies all over Europe since 2007. He taught and held workshops at schools and universities in Austria. Oliver’s vision is to get designers and developers to better collaborate. To share his knowledge and passion, he writes blog articles, speaks at conferences, and launched the YouTube channel Pimp my Type.
In 2009 Berlin-based type designer Ulrike Rausch founded her own type foundry called LiebeFonts, providing high-quality typefaces and hand-crafted letterings with a charming personality and obsessive attention to detail. Her growing portfolio of quality fonts has been used in publications, advertisements, and websites all around the world. She also creates custom typefaces for clients. When Ulrike is not busy with her next font release, she enjoys teaching at art schools and giving type design workshops in her studio. Last year she teamed up with letterer and writer Chris Campe and wrote the book “Making Fonts!”, a comprehensive guide to type design & font production.