Cornell Tech:
Visual and Interaction Design for Digital Products

I designed Cornell Tech’s Visual and Interaction Design for Digital Products course in Spring 2018, after a couple of years of co-coordinating a partnership between Parsons and Cornell Tech. The school itself started just over ten years ago, in response to a New York City competition for institutions around the world to propose a new applied sciences and engineering campus on Roosevelt Island. Cornell University and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology won the bid, and has been scaling rapidly over the last decade. (Fun fact: Technion was established under the dominion of the Ottoman Empire.)

The majority of students in this class over the last four years have been Master of Engineering in Computer Science and MBA students. The number of students have ranged from 65–85, which has changed completely my methods and perspective. I love teaching this class. 

The course is currently organized on Canvas, but you can see an occasionally updated version here: