Behavior Design & Information Technology Professional Brian Galvan
LEARNING, APPLYING & THINKING.
The ability to mold, shape, manipulate information through broadcast mediums allows you to create modern day skinner boxes that can help growth in ways the world never sees.
Hi, my name is Brian Galvan. I’ve been in the information technology, engineering and behavior design application fields for the last 20 years. I graduated with a computer science degree from NYIT and then went to work in RF engineering/communications spectrum for the U.S. military. Today I work for private industry while moonlighting on my own business I.T. service contracts. I now work for private businesses maintaining IT infrastructure systems, and developing marketing campaigns while applying the last two decades rise of behavior design research. When I’m not working, I’m learning new concepts, techniques in the behavior design spectrum to help my corporate clients achieve specific agendas. If your business/organization needs someone with a unique combination of skills to help reach specific operational infrastructure or behavior design needs feel free to message me.
While I have listed below my technical background capability, there is also the factor of running a business and understanding the nature of people, relationships, budgets and goals that I have also learned over my life.
Behavior Design/Marketing Psychology
SEO/SEM Through Organic & PPC Systems (Currently Adwords certified)
Frontend Development – HTML5, PHP, MySQL, Laravel,
WordPress Development and Customization/Creation of Themes and Plugins
Java, C# and SaaS Programming
Adobe Suite CC (Photoshop, Illustrator, Premier)
Print/CMYK Process for Offset & Digital Press Experience
UI/UX Theory, Research & Application
YOUR NEEDS ARE MORE IMPORTANT.
Money drives many people to take jobs/projects they can’t complete or fulfill. Working with me you’ll discover money is not my primary motive and I may have to tell you to set aside your subjective brain in pursuit of business goals. I have a fiduciary responsibility to tell you whats right as opposed to what you want to hear.