Corey Acri

Think. Strategize. Design. Build.

Using strategy, design, and technology to help build teams, partnerships and products that fix problems.  
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I serve as the Strategic Design Lead at AG Strategic Design where we work with research, educational and non-profit institutions on large-scale web redesigns and other web-based products.  

I serve as the Strategic Design Lead at AG Strategic Design where we work with research, educational and non-profit institutions on large-scale web redesigns and other web-based products.  

WhyABike? 

WhyABike wants more people riding bikes as their primary form of transportation because biking is the most efficient, practical, safe, and fun way to get where you are going. We plan to do that by facilitating your multi-modal lifestyle through a combination of apps and services. 

CycleDORF

CycleDORF is a collaboration between Code for Philly and DataLook to redeploy CyclePhilly in Dusseldorf, Germany.  I worked on coordinating the redeploying efforts, setting up the website and rebranding efforts.  The branding design was done by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission's Stephanie Lipartito.  

CycleDORF is a collaboration between Code for Philly and DataLook to redeploy CyclePhilly in Dusseldorf, Germany.  I worked on coordinating the redeploying efforts, setting up the website and rebranding efforts.  The branding design was done by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission's Stephanie Lipartito.  

CyclePhilly

CyclePhilly is a project I started at Code for Philly.   CyclePhilly is a smartphone app for recording your bicycle trips. Data from the app can be used by transportation planners in the City of Philadelphia to make Philly a better place to bike.  My focus was on the design elements, project strategy and collaboration with city agencies. Code for Philly’s programmers did the heavy lifting on the app and backend. Meanwhile, I built some frontend web coding skills and learned about data visualization, SQL/Php, JavaScript and app development.

CyclePhilly is a project I started at Code for Philly.  

CyclePhilly is a smartphone app for recording your bicycle trips. Data from the app can be used by transportation planners in the City of Philadelphia to make Philly a better place to bike.  My focus was on the design elements, project strategy and collaboration with city agencies. Code for Philly’s programmers did the heavy lifting on the app and backend. Meanwhile, I built some frontend web coding skills and learned about data visualization, SQL/Php, JavaScript and app development.

 
This is a DuckDuckGo Instant Answer built for the Philadelphia Indego Bikeshare program under the guidance and tutelage of Mariano Simone, who built the New York City Citibike version first.

This is a DuckDuckGo Instant Answer built for the Philadelphia Indego Bikeshare program under the guidance and tutelage of Mariano Simone, who built the New York City Citibike version first.

 

30th Street Station Wayfinding System 

In Spring of 2014, I had the good fortune of taking Professor Dennis Paris' New Product Development class as part of my M.B.A. curriculum.  The class was straightforward – Professor Paris split the class into groups and asked us to develop a new product for 30th Street Station in Philadelphia employing various new product development, marketing and organizational strategies. User research and identification of consumer needs were to be the primary drivers of product development.  The process encompassed the entire product development cycle from user research to ideation, prototyping through marketing, forecasting and launching.

In Spring of 2014, I had the good fortune of taking Professor Dennis Paris' New Product Development class as part of my M.B.A. curriculum.  The class was straightforward – Professor Paris split the class into groups and asked us to develop a new product for 30th Street Station in Philadelphia employing various new product development, marketing and organizational strategies. User research and identification of consumer needs were to be the primary drivers of product development.  The process encompassed the entire product development cycle from user research to ideation, prototyping through marketing, forecasting and launching.

 

What If NYC...

Back when I was the Assistant General Counsel of the New York City Office of Emergency Management, I did my part to help develop the competition terms and conditions for the What if New York City Post-Disaster Provisional Housing Competition. I wrote, reviewed, edited and re-structured over 100 pages of legal terms, narrative text and graphics to effectively and efficiently convey the City’s expectations to potential competitors.  

Back when I was the Assistant General Counsel of the New York City Office of Emergency Management, I did my part to help develop the competition terms and conditions for the What if New York City Post-Disaster Provisional Housing Competition. I wrote, reviewed, edited and re-structured over 100 pages of legal terms, narrative text and graphics to effectively and efficiently convey the City’s expectations to potential competitors.  

 

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Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law

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