This Is The American Who Designed North Korea’s Atrocious Website
Apr 20, 2012 13:00
Yesterday, we found out that North Korea paid fifteen bucks for its website. And the person behind the design is Robert Westmore.
Westmore, a former "senior web designer," told FoxNews.com that he had no idea North Korea was using his work, but he's certainly not complaining.
"As a web designer I'm always happy to see my work getting utilized," Westmore, who spent several months of development on the theme, told FoxNews.com. "Especially when it's on a high-profile website."
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