The starting point:
Every user of printers, scanners, etc. should have at least basic knowledge of file formats, image resolutions, color systems, etc. However, since this is usually not the case, Minolta published a technical book with the aim of making the rules of desktop publishing accessible to a broad user audience. Many dry terms and connections had to be explained.
Text and design use a narrative, playful style. The drawn illustrations by gographics almost obscure the fact that it is a technical book. In this way, readers lose their shyness about technical terms and technical content and are seduced, so to speak, into getting involved with complicated content.