An Evening With: Jessica Hische


Just because you missed that awesome conference, doesn't mean that you can't still watch the lectures! This weekend we're sharing a talk from Build design conference by Jessica Hische, freelance illustrator and typographer. In this talk, Jessica will discuss typography, clients, working for charity and her highly successful project, Daily Drop Cap.

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