Ryan DeWitt

Ryan DeWitt is a designer, visualizer, animator and new media consultant working in the realm of emergent visual based web learning technologies. Ryan has worked on design contracts for companies such as the UNC Medical School, Duke Medical Center, Research Triangle Institute RTI, AT&T, Global Knowledge, and Loma Linda University.

Ryan’s experience and education in Industrial Engineering with a Master’s in Design enables the integration of usability principles while still keeping a grip on the client’s design aesthetic. Ryan has been teaching Interactive Media and animation at the College of Design and now is focused his efforts on a New Interactive Media consultancy in Raleigh, NC. He is currently heading a grant for UNC’s Medical School creating an High Definition Interactive media DVD for the Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Please visit Ryan’s site at ryandewitt.com to learn more.

Lee Cherry

Lee Cherry brings 10 years of interactive software development & project management experience as a technical producer, interactive designer and information architect. He has successfully managed large-scale interactive projects that leverage technology, user interface design and information graphics for such companies as American Express, Accipiter, Böwe Bell & Howell, GlaxoSmithKline, Grant Hill Ventures, IBM, NBC Sports, Nortel and The United States Tennis Association.

He holds two degrees from North Carolina State University; a B.A. in Industrial Design from the College of Design and a MBA in Product Innovation Management from the College of Management. He currently manages the Advanced Media Lab in support of the Graduate Program in Art+Design and the Information Technology Lab.

Saba Kawas

Saba Kawas is a graduate student in the Master of Art+Design program at NC State University, College of Design. She has an undergraduate degree in Architectural Engineering from the University of Jordan and is currently pursuing here final thesis on Experimental Interfaces in 3D Virtual Environments.

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