Health Care Delivery in the United States, published by Springer publishers. I got a call one day in my studio from the president of Springer publishers; the US company (part of the German company I believe). She had seen one of the books I designed and liked the typography. You don't get calls like that very often. She had a problem with her books but didn't know what it was and wanted me to look at them and talk to her about it. I sent over there and looked at some books. The margins were very tight, about a quarter of an inch, all over; the gutters, the margins, even the space between the book title at the top of the page and the text. They were large books, over a thousand pages. The type was all about the same size, even the chapter titles were small. You got tired of reading it after 5 minutes. I told her we need to first open up the margins a little bit and use more versatile type families; ones with display and text sizes, small caps and semi-bold, bold, etc. She liked what I said so she hired my studio to design about 10 books. Big, 1000 page tomes filled with charts and tables. This one was the first. We decided to go with 2 colors inside to help separate the myriad typographic and infographic needs. We made the charts nice and big. It was very well received. Josh Klenert and Andree Kahlmorganwere the designers who worked with me on this one. We used the entire Eureka typeface family for this; sans serif and serif versions, designed by Peter Bi'lak. Over a thousand pages. Over a hundred charts, graphs and tables.