A few weeks ago our founder and CEO, Chuck Longanecker, went to Las Vegas and presented at their Tech Cocktail conference where he spoke about company culture, his journey leading digital-telepathy so far, and of course the future of web design. That talk is included below (in the second half of this post) and I highly recommend making the time to watch it.

For those who can’t set aside 20 minutes right away though, I thought I’d share a side conversation Chuck had with one of the event’s interviewers first. This short interview covers a lot of ground in just a few minutes while providing some excellent insights for creative leaders and web designers alike.

Chuck Longanecker at Tech Cocktail Las Vegas 2013

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Key points to consider:

Full Presentation: Designing Your Direction

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This is Chuck’s full presentation from Tech Cocktail Las Vegas. It’s perfect for anyone who wants to learn how to cultivate the type of company culture that drives growth on a corporate and personal level.

Keep the Conversation Alive

If you watched either (or both) of the videos above, there’s a good chance you’ve got something to say in response; which is my favorite part of blogging! I love the back and forth exchange of ideas and the ability to have meaningful conversations that wax and wane between long-form content and quick snippets of thought in the comments section.

As far as I’m concerned, a good comment deserves a thoughtful response and a great comment should get its own response post. So in that way, we’re all in control of what happens on the blog next.¬†Share your thoughts below and lets keep the conversation alive!

Comments
  • http://www.adornconsultants.com Adorn Consultants

    Well said “Design is one of the last things that differentiates a company, making your product/brand an experience (or not).”

    BTW, Thanks for sharing videos.

    • http://dtelepathy.com Chuck Longanecker

      It’s a great time for design right now. I really hope it remains in demand from both users and makers. We all benefit from it.

      Glad you liked the talk.