Roger Black

Roger Black is a media designer who has worked on newspapers, magazines and web sites around the world. Currently he is leading the redesign of in New York. At the same time, Roger is part of the team starting up a high-end car magazine/web site in London; he is spear-heading the re-launch of Key West magazine; and he's rethinking the classified business of a major Western U.S. daily, both on-line and off-line. In 2004 he completed a redesign of the Houston Chronicle, and collaborated on its revamped web site, He designed and help launch the Spanish-language daily, Rumbo. In 2005 Roger lead redesigns of Nintendo Power, MIT's Technology Review and Poz magazines. Black is a founding partner in Danilo Black S.A. in Monterrey, Mexico, and the Font Bureau. Previously he served as chief art director of Newsweek, The New York Times, New York magazine and Rolling Stone.