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Ina Saltz is an art director, designer, writer, photographer and Professor at The City College of New York, whose areas of experience are typography and editorial layout. Along with the four books which she's authored (and photographed) or co-authored, she has written over 50 articles on typography and layout for expert design magazines such as Graphis and Step Inside Design.

Ina has authored six Learning online tutorials on typography (Foundations of Typography, five courses) and Foundations of Calligraphy; her latest course was released in January 2017. Ina's classes are viewed by more than 100,000 subscribers.

At 2017, fifty of Ina's photos of typographic tattoos together with accompanying text ("The Body Type Project") were included in "Tattooed New York," a major exhibition in the New-York Historical Society. Solo shows of her "Body Form" photos appeared at Cooper Union's Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography (2006) and in the Snug Harbor Cultural Center's Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art (2007).

At 2012, fifteen of Ina's essays on typography and logotypes were printed by Phaidon Press in "The Phaidon Archive of Graphic Design." Her work has also appeared in "Handwritten," (2007) edited by Steve Heller; "100 Habits of Successful Novel Designers," (2008) by Laurel Saville; "Design Disasters: Great Designers, Fabulous Failures, and Lessons Learned," (2008) edited by Steve Heller; and "The Education of an Art Director," (2005) edited by Steve Heller and Veronique Vienne.

Ina has been the Design Director at Time magazine's International Editions, Worth magazine, and others including Golf magazine and Worldbusiness magazine; she has consulted in Business Week, Consumer Reports and other publications. Together with her occasional collaborator, Donald Partyka, Ina made a magazine prototype fo

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