David Edwin Meyers Achievements
Meyers founded the Louisville Center For Design in Louisville, KY in 2015. LC4D’s mission was to provide the region and the world with leading-edge training, children’s workshops, adult education and professional development in interactive design and computer science through local and online global instruction. We fostered innovation and entrepreneurship and..Read More
Henderson County High School Alumni Hall of Fame: Other notable inductees include Albert “Happy” Chandler (Kentucky Governor and first Major League Baseball Commissioner, Ane Crabtree (Handmaid’s Tale, Designer) , Jeff Hale (Blair Witch Project, Producer), Don Carr (Musician), among others. Inducted for professional achievements and contributions to the arts.
Program coordinator for Online Graduate Program in Interactive Design and UX. Proposed, authored, and launched Master of Arts Interactive Design and Bachelor of Arts in User-Experience Design for online expansion campus.
In the early 1990s, the World Wide Web exploded as the access and demand migrated from institutional (government and academia) into business and industry. David Meyers founded Exit 7 New Media House in 1990 and was instrumental in creating some of the first commercial web sites in the Midwest. Exit..Read More