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NYCDA Instructor Rebrands the User Experience

Written by Peter Bolte on July 13, 2016 in Instructors, New York City, Technology, The Internet, User Experience

MarkVigeantHeadShotOutside of the classroom, New York Code + Design Academy instructor Mark Vigeant, is also a comedian who has built a series of parody websites that redefine the user experience.

Mark is throwing a unique twist into the process of branding his comedy work. He is buying up several domains that are all based on his name, and then by giving them each a different layout and design, he provides his fans a different user experience for an individual’s personal preference and style.

He’s even captured the attention of AVClub in a recent article on how he is disrupting classical approaches to website design.

Big Ups to Mark!

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