John Wozencroft studied as a postgraduate at the London College of Printing, working for various printers and publishers before setting up the multimedia publishing company Touch in 1982. As well as working as a freelance writer, designer, editor and programme-maker, Wozencroft collaborated with artists and musicians from around the world, and, with Mike Harding, Andrew McKenzie, Garry Mouat and Panni Charrington, he developed Touch as an alternative vision of audiovisual publishing. A series of contributons to Touch from Neville Brody led to closer involvement, firstly in helping to set up the Brody Studio in 1987, later as an author of The Graphic Language of Neville Brody. At the end of 1988, they published a treatise on corporate design culture in the Guardian Review. In 1990, they started the FUSE project, of which he is editor. Wozencroft began teaching at Central St. Martin's School of Art and Design in London in 1992 where he developed a new course for BA Graphic Design.