Rachael Steven

Rachael is Associate Editor at Creative Review

Monotype redesigns Helvetica “for the 21st century”

After almost four years of painstaking work, Monotype has created a new version of Helvetica – the ubiquitous typeface used by everyone from Apple to Nestlé and Lufthansa. We talk to Type Director Charles Nix about the challenges of updating a much-loved design

What’s next for personalisation?

Access to better data – and better tech – is allowing brands to experiment with more creative approaches to personalisation. We take a look at some innovative examples – and explore what the next wave of tailored experiences might look like

How The Front is giving a voice to female filmmakers

After stepping down as ECD at Vice Media, Thalia Mavros launched The Front: a majority-female production company making stories by women and underrepresented voices. Here we talk to Mavros about the company’s work and its inclusive approach to filmmaking

How to design a banknote

De La Rue has designed banknotes for 140 countries, from South Africa to Mauritius and the Seychelles. We spoke to its Creative Director Julian Payne to find out more about the process

Making ends meet: Telegramme Paper Co.

Bobby and Kate Evans founded Telegramme Paper Co. in 2014.
Based in Margate, Kent, the husband and wife team split their time between designing and making paper products and working on commercial commissions