Brandon Barringer


A nerdy anime enthusiast, dragon slayer, and avid hiker

Brandon first joined the KPS3 team in 2019 as both a designer and developer—bringing with him a decade of experience and an unmatched passion for bringing brands to life from start to finish. While we all wear many hats, Brandon has found his true passion is in development, and in 2021, Brandon transitioned his role at KPS3 to focus solely on his love for programming.  

Born in Albany, New York, Brandon moved out west to Reno when he was just 3 months old, and The Biggest Little City has been his home ever since. His interest in design and development began his sophomore year of high school in a printmaking class at Reno High, inspiring Brandon to further his growing talent at Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) and expand his skills in graphic design, HTML, CSS, Javascript, and a myriad of other programming languages. 

Certified in Google Analytics, Brandon is particularly passionate about ensuring brands tell a smart, strategic visual story on screen. Whether he’s developing custom websites and mobile apps or designing display ads and email campaigns, he aims for purpose behind the pretty and bases his work on actionable, target audience research.

Prior to joining the KPS3 crew, Brandon was a creative designer for Noble Studios, where he spent six years juggling client design projects and perfecting pixels like a true pro while continuing his passion for development, spending his own time working towards growing in this field and studying new ways of working. 

Brandon remains active and involved in the local graphic design community as a judge for a TMCC graphic communications class and for the SkillsUSA Nevada Championship, an annual ad design contest. 

When Brandon isn’t in our offices helping turn our clients’ ideas into head-turning, goal-exceeding realities, he spends his free time playing (aka excelling at) Dungeons and Dragons, playing guitar, giving old furniture new life through his seriously impressive refurbishing skills, or out under Nevada’s big blue skies, hiking and exploring the Sierra Nevada mountains.