1448. Books, the treasure house of knowledge, were entirely handwritten by scribes. Invention of movable type revolutionised the spread of knowledge by making multiple printed copies of books possible.
1950s. Photocomposition marked the de-metalisation of type, bringing in speed and flexibility to the printed word and popularising the offset print process.
1984. Macintosh computers from Apple revolutionised the approach to typesetting and graphic design. The years that followed saw unprecedented development of digital technology, providing the design professional with ease, versatility and control of his tools.