In this redesign of Mike Monteiro's "Design is a Job", I looked to match the straightforward tone of the writing to the layout of the text. Each chapter opens with a full page spread containing a pull quote that sums up the chapter very directly. The text is a very classic, centered, and justified text, so the layout does not distract from the author's writing. Since the body text is written like a series of short related articles, I only placed spaces between the end of one section and the start of another, separating the text into chunks of information instead of a standard continuous text. This gives the book a more casual tone, where the reader can pick up or put down the book at any point, making it ideal for the busy designer looking for some quick advice.