In 2005, The Jewish Learning Institute asked me to be their publication designer.
They needed a look and feel that would communicate the ideas of traditional Jewish sources and learning—with an attitude. (A good one.)
I created and designed all student and teacher course textbooks.
The works. Publication design, typography, layout, illustration, and information design.
It worked. They were happy. I was happy. (I’ve been there ever since.)
JLI is now the largest institute of adult learning of its kind
—producing courses in more than 300 cities internationally.
Maybe it was the design.