Bonita Rutigliano has been involved with instructional design, interactive and digital media for over 20 years. As a designer for The American Museum of Natural History she won a Webby for Best Kid's Website and Best Museum Website Supporting Educational Use, and the Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Education Publishing for Children. She is presently a board director for a non-profit enterprise developing an educational website for Multiple Sclerosis.
Bonita has worked as an instructor at The New School, Pratt Manhattan and NYU Kanbar Film & TV, teaching web page design and construction, motion graphics, the use of technology for animation and 3D animation.
When not at NYU, Bonita is creating in the mediums of printmaking, drawing and ceramics with a focus in printing on clay. She also designs book covers and interiors for a small publishing press.