Senior Front-end Developer
Zarina Mustapha is the Senior Front-end Developer at the CTL. She works closely with educational technologists and faculty to identify patterns out of information chaos. She then creates multi-platform interfaces with attention to the concordance of solid information architecture, usability, acumen aesthetics, and programmatic rigor.
Her work ranges from designing and developing isolated interactive modules, to planning and coding complex application environments on the web. Zarina received her M.S. in Engineering from Columbia University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.
A long-distance road and trail runner, Zarina regularly runs marathons and middle-distance races, and has dashed across almost all accessible bridges connecting the five boroughs of New York City. She is also a frequent volunteer with the New York Road Runners, and a Volunteer Leader at the New York City Marathon. When she finds stillness between the miles, she enjoys reading widely, and writing in her blog.