Park & Battery Names Matt Dignan Head of Website Development
Based in Salt Lake City, Matt’s brings over 15 years of experience in web development, UX and design to Park & Battery. Matt brings technical leadership and deep expertise in front-end Web Development, specializing in platforms such as WordPress, Marketo, and Adobe Experience Manager, and modern frameworks such as VueJS and Angular.
“Matt brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and positive energy to Park & Battery,” says Michael Ruby, agency President and Chief Creative Officer. “Virtually every creative project is a digital project. Matt’s skills and wide expertise are going to give our clients and us even more opportunities in everything we make to create value and deliver impact.”
At agencies including MRM//McCann, Number Six and Clearlink, Matt has provided his unique insight, guidance, leadership and expertise to projects of all shapes and sizes in a vast array of technologies for some of the world’s most recognizable brands, such as Cisco, Verizon Wireless, Grubhub, USPS and the State of Utah.
“To say I’m excited for this opportunity is an understatement. I’m so grateful for Park & Battery welcoming me to the team, and I can’t wait to build up the development offering here,” says Matt.
“Getting the opportunity to help build something with a group of such talented, diverse and fun people is really the chance of a lifetime.”
In his free time Matt loves spending quality time with his wife and 5 children, playing guitar and singing, and enjoying the beautiful Utah outdoors. Matt is a huge sports fan and loves cheering for Utah Jazz and the Las Vegas Raiders.
Ted Kohnen, P&B Chief Executive Officer adds, “Matt, alongside our talented teams in the US and UK, are ensuring the solid foundation of process, rigor and quality that digital development requires. Our clients – and our own digital projects for the agency – are in incredible hands.”
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