fusionlab

integrated media design

Founded in 1999, FusionLab is an independent, full-service visual design studio based in New York City and the Hudson Valley

We focus on information, user interface and visual design for mobile devices.

Our roster of clients include Moleskine, Thomson Reuters, The Economist Group, The New York Landmark Conservancy, Population Council, Architectural Digest, The Authors Guild, CondéNet, Montefiore Hospital, IBM, Lucent Technologies, Oppenheimer Funds, Greenpeace, as well as local nonprofit organizations and businesses. FusionLab believes in clean design, hard work, and exceptional client service.

Alon Koppel, Partner

Alon founded FusionLab, Inc. after working for four years as a designer and an art director in New York City specializing in online education and corporate websites. He is passionate about functional and objective design–always keeping the ultimate purposes of communicating and being understood in mind. He works closely with non-profits as part of a personal belief of giving back to the community.

Melissa Weaver, Partner

Melissa’s creative career stretches over fifteen years. With a background in painting, she became the lead designer and colorist for Scalamandré Silks and created a variety of designs in traditional print medium and digital format through her textile design studio. Melissa made the switch to web-based design when she joined FusionLab nine years ago. She is a certified Apple Final Cut Pro editor and creates video and audio segments for our clients.

Dr. Adam Divelbiss, Chief Engineer

Adam is our lead researcher and developer. He enjoys physics simulation algorithms, neural networks and image processing development. Adam is proficient at project planning and numerous programming languages include Objective-C, Java, and C++ and has extensive knowledge and experience with Apple's iOS platform. Adam holds a BEE and MS in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University, and a Ph.D. In Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Adam served as the Principal Investigator for two grant projects from the National Science Foundation.

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