Hi, my name is Scott Brantley

Notion Interactive: I am an award-winning multimedia designer & front-end developer with over 18 years experience designing and building compelling media for the world over. I’d like to hear from you if you are interested in working together.


  • Leslie Trapp

    Scott has long been a reliable resource for our Flash programming and Web development needs at Trapp Communications.

    Leslie Trapp
  • Brad Cummings

    I’ve had the pleasure of working with Scott as both a client and a colleague. He is always pushing himself to get better at his craft, I find him very easy to work with and he eagerly takes direction. These are the traits you want when working with a web developer and Scott has them in spades.

    Brad Cummings
  • John Greer

    “Scott’s work is so good that even now, years after hiring him at SLAM!, I’ve hired him as an independent contractor to help redesign a website for me! I’ve enjoyed working with him over the years and anticipate many more creative and productive years to come!”

    John Greer
  • Sam Wilson

    “Scott’s dedication to his craft continues to impress me, I’m eager to see him continuing to do great work.”

    Sam Wilson
  • John Williamson

    “Working with Scott has been very beneficial. His advanced skill set and his attention to details makes him a great hire for premium interactive development. I will work with Scott whenever I have the opportunity to.”

    John Williamson
  • Kim McBride

    “Scott was an integral member of our team that produced a 5 minute animated presentation for HP Exstream. His animation work was beautifully executed and he worked diligently through refinements to deliver a product that met a very tight deadline as well as high client approval.”

    Kim McBride

"In every case, a negative thought or outlook means that you have accepted defeat. That should never happen. No matter how impossible the odds, if there is a chance for success then you can win."
~ Carlos Hathcock
Silver Star & Purple Heart medal recipient, Vietnam War