Category Archives: Graphics

Personal Data in Plain English

This was a primer I did on the collection and use of personal data. The explainer uses a simple step-by-step explanation describing your private information, how it’s collected, who’s using it, and how you can be affected. A link to … Continue reading

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Looking Back at Tet

My first visit to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., was — fittingly — at night. I came with a few colleagues; we ended up drifting away from one another as the black wall drew us in. I was … Continue reading

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Vietnam War Through Time

This was a center-spread page I designed for a USA Today tabloid published in tandem with the release of “The Vietnam War,” the PBS documentary by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Florentine Films, Burns’ production company, supplied the text and … Continue reading

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Charles Lindbergh’s Epic Flight

This piece on Charles Lindbergh’s New York-to-Paris flight in 1927 is one of my favorite projects. I researched and wrote this, collected most of the artwork, and designed both the print page and the online presentation. In history-related articles like … Continue reading

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Scary But True

This simple graphic compares the amount of horsepower offered by the new Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and its predecessors, the iconic muscle cars of American automotive legends. I did this as a Social card, a 2,000-pixel-square graphic that’s posted on … Continue reading

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The War to End All Wars

The history of World War I — how it started and how the U.S. was drawn into it — was splashed across this double-page inside a USA Today special publication. I did all the research, found the artwork, wrote and … Continue reading

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We’re Going to Mars

This was a fun graphic for a USA Today tabloid publication. I researched the history of U.S. exploration of the red planet and talked to a few NASA engineers about the Orion spacecraft, the next American vehicle to travel into … Continue reading

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