KPS3 hires Brandon Barringer as designer and web developer

KPS3, is proud to announce it has hired Brandon Barringer as a designer and web developer.

His responsibilities include creating and executing a variety of projects with the design team, including custom websites, ads, collateral, digital and email campaigns.

“Brandon has a reputation for translating a clients’ vision into a reality,” said Kevin Jones, COO of KPS3. “His knowledge in both design and web development is an asset to our agency. We’re thrilled to have him aboard.”

Barringer brings a decade of experience to the agency. He joins KPS3 from Noble Studios, where he served as an interactive creative designer. He was responsible for creating display advertisements for both digital and print platforms, custom websites and mobile apps, and implementing front-end web development.

Barringer attended Truckee Meadows Community College where he refined his skills in graphic design, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. He also holds certifications in Google Analytics. He remains an integral part of the local graphic design community by serving as a judge for a TMCC graphic communications class and for the SkillsUSA Nevada Championship.

Welcome to KPS3, Brandon!

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