For 40 years, working with magazines like Rolling Stone, for newspapers like The New York Times and web sites like Bloomberg.com, Roger Black has been developing ways to communicate content more effectively. His teams have redesigned Reader’s Digest, Esquire, Scientific American, the Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post.
Black has been working on web sites since 1995, and was involved with some early influential designs, including MSNBC.com and @Home Network. Now he is design director of Nomad Editions, a group of digital weeklies.
In the last year he helped launch four new companies: Webtype, Treesaver, Ready-Media and Nomad Editions. A partner in the Font Bureau and Danilo Black, both founded in 1989, he works from small studios in New York and Austin.
Projects· Houston Chronicle
· Key West
· LA Times
· Rocky Mountain News
Web Site· Roger Black Studio