Who Am I?

I'm Kyle Plonchak and I've been programming since receiving my first computer. I've always had a fascination with technology and the coding behind the technology we use every day. When I was 12 years old, I purchased my first C++ book and immediately fell in love with the power that programming provides.

What's Pixelized Plonchak?

I started Pixelized Plonchak with the simple goal of creating great web experiences for my clients.

If you search around the web, you'll see professionally created websites that have some of the most glaring and obvious errors (I saw one site where the name of the restaurant was spelled incorrectly in logo!). To me, that just looks like it was made by a group that either doesn't care or is too busy to pay attention to the small (and large...the logo was spelled incorrectly? Really?) details.

I want to ensure that my clients get first-class treatment and that their brand is treated with the respect that it deserves. In today's world, websites are an invaluable extension of our brands and they should be treated as such.


Current Position

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Curious about what I've worked on? Check out some of the work I've done for the Brooklyn Nets, Barclays Center, NY Islanders and more.

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Currently, I am a web developer/designer for the Brooklyn Nets of the NBA and Barclays Center - one of the premier sports venues in the entire world. Prior to that, I worked full time in digital production and management for large corporations in New York for the past 6 years.

So essentially, I went from managing large projects to creating them myself! Since I have extensive experience as a manager and developer, I understand what needs to get done, how to do it and how long it will take.


I earned my bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Stony Brook University. It was there that I began to hone my skills and shifted my focus from application programming to web development.

There's something about the instant gratification that web development provides that just clicked with me. It also doesn't hurt that there's a good chance that your work can be more easily exposed to thousands of people, right?