Update from BrandleDesign

November 20th, 2015 | Comments Off

Hello, it’s been a while!

I am currently in the job market after a some wonderful years working at Craftsy.com. Please excuse my outdated website. I hope to find some time in the near future to update it.

Until then, feel free to poke around but please keep in mind this is old work. If you’d like to see samples of my latest, please reach out to me directly at ryan@brandledesign.com or through linkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/rbrandle.

Thank you,


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Logo and Web Design for Dr. Raj

August 4th, 2011 | No Comments »

Logo Design | Raj

Project: Logo, Website, Social Media Campaign | Client: Dr. Raj

Description: Dr. Raj was in need of a new brand and a way to establish an online presence to open communication between himself and his audience. After designing the logo, I applied the new identity to a customized blog website that allowed people to write questions and interact with the doctor quickly and easily. The site also functioned as a portal to send people to his Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. Continue Reading »

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Can You Feel The Madness?

April 26th, 2011 | No Comments »

Online Marketing | Madness

Project: Online Advertising Banners | Client: BetEagle

Description: It was a dream to be able to design something for my favorite college sport, Basketball; especially for the big showdown in Houston. The original Houston logo was a little flat this year, so I thought giving the logo the illusion that it was floating in space would jazz things up a bit. With Houston being the command center for NASA, this concept fit nicely. I added the astronaut holding the championship trophy to connect the ideas of NASA and Basketball. In the end, this banner proved effective and this year’s tournament was just as mad as it was out of this world. Continue Reading »

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Wendy’s New Approach

April 15th, 2011 | No Comments »

Mega Wendy | Advertising

As I was walking down a street San José, Costa Rica, I noticed a new advertising approach to celebrate the remodeling of this Wendy’s restaurant. I will refer to it as the “Mega-Wendy” campaign. I am getting a mixed message here with the recent healthy food/healthy lifestyle trend throughout the fast food industry in the United States. Will “Mega-Wendy” prove to be beneficial for the Latin America market?

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