Brandon Barber

Game Credits


Spore (2008)   (Senior Director, Global Online Marketing)
Spore Creature Creator (2008)   (Senior Director of Global Online Marketing)
Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2005)   (Consumer Marketing)
Need for Speed: Most Wanted (Black Edition) (2005)   (Consumer Marketing)
NBA Live 2005 (2004)   (Marketing Team)
SSX 3 (2003)   (Marketing Team)

Public Relations

SSX 3 (2003)   (Marketing Team)

Developer Biography

In December 2011 development studio Kixeye announced that Brandon Barber had joined the company as senior vice president of marketing. He joined the company from Lionside, the sports developer which he founded and was acquired by ngmoco in June 2011. Before that he served as vice president of marketing for Zynga. Prior to Zynga he was Director of Entertainment Development and Programming at Electronic Arts, managing EA's branded entertainment activities across all TV, Web and digital mediums.

Before his work at EA, Barber was the fifth employee at the original Napster. Prior to that, he was a product manager and editorial contributor at and other properties. Barber holds a bachelor's degree from Marquette University and credentials in creative advertising from Northwestern University. Barber also co-authored a how-to manual on digital music called Sam's Teach Yourself E-Music Today, which was published by Macmillan USA in 2000.

Last updated: Dec 19, 2011