Corey MenscherFormer Adjunct, Alumni, Former Staff, Class of 2009
|Courses Taught:||Device Independence with Mobile Web Applications|
Write Once, Access Always
Corey Menscher is a web application developer, creative technologist, and teacher. He has been in senior leadership and developer positions in several organization in industries spanning from newspaper classifieds to financial market data to electronic books and publishing. Most recently, he is leading the Technology team at an embedded digital experience lab at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in NYC.
Corey graduated from NYU's Tisch School of Arts Interactive Telecommuncations Program (ITP) in 2009, which significantly broadened his technical, creative, and collaborative skills. Some of his notable projects at ITP are the "Infinity Mirrored Room: LEDs Forever", "The Naked Pixel", "The Peggy Lite-Brite", and most recently, the "Kickbee". After graduation, he became Resident Researcher at ITP based on his work and skills.
As part of the adjunct faculty at ITP, Corey taught a course "Device Independence with Mobile Web Applications (renamed to "Write Once, Access Anywhere" for Spring 2010), focusing on creating near-native mobile web applications using modern web technologies.
Additionally, Corey has taught as an Assistant Adjunct Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. The, co-taught with faculty member Susan McGregor, was called "Data Journalism and Information Visualization". The course covered the theoretical and practical use of data for finding and supplementing journalistic works, as well as applied skills in basic web development and data visualization tools and the design decisions involved in creating interactive “news applications”.
For more information on his work, see Corey's portfolio at http://portfolio.menscher.com.
Specialties: product development and rapid prototyping, full-stack web & mobile development, physical computing and wearable electronics, project and team management