The timeline was constructed like a cake. The foundation began with the timeline content I had researched. Next came in the row of flags, headline summary, image, image capture, and appendix. My initial drafts led me to doubt the medium I chose; print. Why? It was not a decision I thoroughly examined at first, but I knew I wanted impact and the presence of thisisisis in an environment. As my timeline began gaining density, I considered changing the medium to on screen, where scroll would create interaction, although it would probably end up not as impactful. Inspired by newspapers, I thought of combining the function with the form of this diagram, and the solution was to fold. The fold gives this document multi-functions, where it could be read individually and flipped through, or spread out for exposure to group audiences. Working with this double-applicable scale was typographically a challenge. I intended for the timeline to have a life on a classroom wall, and in someone’s hand as they’re taking the subway to work. Eventually I had also discovered the opportunity the folded diagram had to unfold a narrative.