“Good designers make trouble“
He started Colour magazine and lead the publication to global recognition as editor-in-chief.
Today the influence of M&Co is still strong, both as a result of its work and that of the many designers, like Stefan Sagmeister, Stephen Doyle, Alexander Isley, Scott Stowell, and Emily Oberman, who worked there and went on to start their own design studios in New York City. Howard Milton and Jay Smith who worked with Kalman in 1979 went on to found Smith & Milton in London.
Karen Kavett (younger that me)
Digital Nerd Fighter/Youtube Curator
On the other hand ,Ms Karen Kavett, self proclaimed nerd fighter, knows hell of a lot about typography, YOUTUBE employee (I learnt a lot from her videos I wonder why I bother going to uni-- jokes). This is a leading figure of the new generation designers that predominately publishes their works Digitally.
Her website was grid-in-ground sweet, and She made an awesome Inforgraphics for the special occasion of 10,000 followers that subscribers to her creative outputs distributed digitally, quickly and frequently.
That means, her work wouldn't become the likes of classic COLOUR covers that you could collect in a magazine shelf, but her designs are more conversational, current and probably the way of the future.
And did I mention she's younger that most of us in the Adv.Typo class?