I've helped clients a lot with their content strategies and have authored dozens of media-rich articles, some of which rank well on Google.
I also keep this blog and write about topics related to typography and design, NASA, TV and cinema.
This is a detailed study that addresses some of the myths surrounding the famous NASA lens that in all likelihood was never used in space.
Introduced in 1916, Johnston Sans is an integral part of London's design language and one of the world's longest-surviving examples of a corporate typeface.
Inspired by the movie Hidden Figures, this article tells the story of little-known black women who contributed to NASA's space program during the 1960s.
Part of the long-running Walking Dead franchise, season one of this spinoff combines solid entertainment with a cinematic journey across France.
Favored by cinematographers since the golden age of Hollywood, Cooke lenses are esteemed for their for their warmth and realistic skin tones.
Helvetica is the go-to typeface on the New York subway, but it wasn't until 1980 that it began replacing a German rival introduced two decades earlier.
Used for branding and as part of wayfinding systems, pictograms have been a colorful feature of the Olympics since they debuted at the Tokyo games in 1964.