Interviewing the executives at Akamai is like getting a crash course in media streaming: how it works, what makes it work better, where it’s going. Thanks to Will Law and team for making me much smarter about the subject. Here’s the book I wrote about putting it all together.
A report I wrote in 2013 for the good folks at Bright House Networks, a very innovative U.S. cable company. Design by the amazing Tim Ingersoll of Ingersoll Graphic Design. Lotsa proofs, but worth it in the end.
Written in 2012 for Nationwide, this digest-sized guide to the ins, outs and stress points associated with long-term care is an eye-opener. Here’s the flip-book link.
We came, we saw, we networked…and then we published a report about it. Here’s the flip-book link for a project I recently completed with NCTA.
Well, we must have done something right: Wrote this capabilities brochure in 2004 to help describe the technology approach for a video-on-demand platform launched by some smart guys called Arroyo Video Solutions. Two years later, Cisco bought ’em. Here’s the .pdf.
This booklet I wrote for the National Cable & Telecommunications Association in represented an ideal assignment: lots of research, plenty of source material, an interesting subject, and (thank you, Helen!) enough time to do it right. Be warned: It’s a big .pdf download (about 6 Mb) but worth a look. Design is by Fathom Design & Creative.