The reviews all follow the same basic format. There’s an introduction that speaks to why the typeface was chosen, followed by a section focusing on the historic influences on the typeface (or in lieu of that, the defining design details). The bulk of each review focuses on the specific strengths of the typeface and uses real-world examples to illustrate specific characteristics and trends in how designers use the font. Finally, there is a section to address any quirks or eccentricities of the font you should be aware of. In addition to the main text, there is a selection of notable glyphs that I find interesting in each typeface.
The reviews vary in length, but tend to fall between 2-4,000 words. The longest review (Windsor) clocks in at just over 6,100 words and has 47 cited illustrations. A review can take anywhere between 20-40 hours to research, write and produce.