Brandon D. Stout

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About Me

I'm Brandon D. Stout and

Hi! My name is Brandon D. Stout. I am a Web Developer and Graphic Designer. Very passionate about my work with 10 years experience and currently hold the title of Creative Director.

What I Do

Skills and Softwares

  • Web Developmnet

    Front-end web development covering user interface and user experience.

  • Brand Identity

    I can help you and your company find your own identity and messaging.

  • Creative Design

    Custom digital designs like logos, social media art and business cards.

Let's get your web development done. I specialize in front-end development and ui/ux. I'm also experienced with wordpress, woocommerce, shopify and other CMS technologies.

From concept to coding I can develop your website. What kind of project did you have in mind?

Web Development95%
Wordpress90%
Ecommerce90%
Digital Design98%
Creative Works

Portfolio

We were looking for a logo with a touch of modernism. Arlo grasped our needs and produced a stunning design. Awesome to work with Arlo. Incredibly organized, easy to communicate with, responsive with next iterations.

Steve Collins

Photographer
Working Process

Experience

  • 2009 - 2013

    University of Chicago

    Independent study is a form of education offered by many high schools, colleges, and other educational institutions. It is sometimes referred to as directed study.

  • 2006 - 2009

    Christofer College

    Independent study is a form of education offered by many high schools, colleges, and other educational institutions. It is sometimes referred to as directed study.

  • 1996 - 2006

    Secondary School

    Independent study is a form of education offered by many high schools, colleges, and other educational institutions. It is sometimes referred to as directed study.

  • 2018 - Current

    Web Developer

    Web development refers to building, creating, and an maintaining websites. It includes aspects such as web design, web programming, and database management.

  • 2015 - 2018

    App Developer

    Web development refers to building, creating, and an maintaining websites. It includes aspects such as web design, web programming, and database management.

  • 2013 - 2015

    Ui/Ux Designer

    Web development refers to building, creating, and an maintaining websites. It includes aspects such as web design, web programming, and database management.

Choose Plan

Pricing

  • Small

    $300

    • Web Development

    • Creative Design

    • Photography

  • Medium

    $500

    • Web Development

    • Creative Design

    • Photography

  • Professional

    $999

    • Web Development

    • Creative Design

    • Photography

Latest News

News

  • Branding

    Every industry has a set of unwritten branding rules, or tendencies, that become codified over time. Sometimes they can become clichés. Most industries will have only a few types of names. This happens naturally: One company finds success, and the next company mimics them because it worked for the first. The next thing you know, it’s a rule, and no one remembers why it started. This applies to everything from how businesses are run to color choice and typography to their names. But let’s look at naming for now.

    The name of my company, Bullhorn, is a good example. There are general naming trends in the branding agency world that have become unwritten rules. The first is to use a modifier with the word “brand,” like this:

    • Moving Brands
    • InterBrand
    • FutureBrand

    I chose these companies because they’re all large, successful agencies that do great work. In many ways, they’re the agencies Bullhorn aspires to be. But their names are forgettable. More than that, they’re undifferentiated. How could you remember if you liked the work from Moving, Inter, or Future? The names are too similar. While these names are unique, they don’t tell you much about the company. What they do is give historical weight. They sound established. They sound old. Choosing this sort of name puts you in the same tier as other professional service providers—hence the “law firm model” description. What these names tell consumers is that the providers will tend to be safe, traditional, and fairly expensive choices.

  • Design

    As traditional direct advertising continues to lose its luster with modern audiences, customers are seeking new, tech-based experiences. These technologies, like virtual and augmented reality, allow audiences to interact with their favorite brands in brand new ways. Brands that find ways to reinvent themselves in digital spaces are seen as forward-thinking and intriguing by millennials and Gen Zers.

    Content like BuzzFeed’s interactive quizzes has taken over social media, allowing audiences to personalize themselves through the brands they interact with online. This past year, IKEA expanded upon the capabilities of its augmented reality app, allowing users to place multiple pieces of virtual IKEA furniture into their rooms, essentially “trying before they buy.” The ability for customers to easily visualize furniture in their own rooms helps them engage with IKEA on a more personal level, making their content and branding more accessible to consumers than ever before. By using immersive technologies like VR and AR, brands can position themselves as extensions of their consumers’ perceptions of the world.

    Trendy branding is less about the services brands offer and more about evoking strong emotions, core values, and lofty ideas. Modern brand imagery has reflected this shift by becoming more abstract and dreamier than ever before. By utilizing more daring, eclectic, and post-modern imagery, trendy startups promote the more ethereal aspects of their brand in a time when these intangibles are more important than ever.Skillshare, an online learning platform focused on the creative arts, has frequently used abstract imagery in its blog to promote its brand as a hub of outside-the-box creativity. The striking imagery showcases the creativity of Skillshare’s community, establishing its brand as a digital space in which forward-thinking imaginativeness is encouraged.

  • Lifestyle

    If a stranger approached you on the street and tried to sell you an ecommerce consulting package, you wouldn’t be interested unless they had some serious facts about how their package could help you. But, if someone you knew for their expertise in scaling ecommerce businesses approached you, you’d be more likely to buy from them. You’d feel connected to them.

    A personal brand doesn’t just help to get customers invested in your cause -- it also helps get your employees invested. Altimeter shared research that proves when a company invested in personal branding initiatives, “employees were 27 percent more hopeful about their company, 20 percent more likely to stay, and 40 percent more likely to believe in the competitiveness of their employer.” These personal branding initiatives could include a “meet the team” campaign on social media, a monthly letter from the CEO with accessible and friendly language, or starting a YouTube channel featuring interviews with key team members.

    In addition to helping current employees get behind your cause, it could also help with recruiting, too. If you’re looking to expand your company’s team, high-quality employees may be more likely to interview with you and accept a position if they’ve heard about you in your industry, or feel like they know you beyond your initial emails because of the content you have available. Finally, personal branding is at its height when it’s working for you on social media. A recent research index from Sprout Social found that customers are 77 percent more likely to buy from a brand if they follow them on social media. And, customers will only follow a brand on social media if they have content that’s interesting, useful, or funny to them.

Get in Touch

Contact

  • Location

    Ave 11, New York, USA

  • Email

    mymail@gmail.com

  • Phone

    +77 022 177 05 05

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