Enric Jardi studied graphic design at Elisava and has been teaching there since 1988.
Since 1983 he has worked in a number of different studios, and in 1992 he was one of the founders of Propaganda studio. In 1998 he started up on his own studio.
His work is focused on typography, magazine design, book covers and corporate design. He is the director of the Master on Advanced Typography at the Eina school of art and design, in collaboration with the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and he also teaches on the Master's course for Direcció d’Art en Publicitat at the Ramon Llull University.
In collaboration with Marcus Villaça, he has developed editorial projects such as the redesigning of the Chicago Reader and the Boston Phoenix. Since September 2005 he has been the president of the Art Directors & Graphic designers Association ADG-FAD.
He is the author of the book Twenty-two tips on typography (that some designers will never reveal) and twenty-two things you should never do with typefaces (that some typographers will never tell you) published by Actar.