The phrase design-driven seems to be used a lot these days and companies everywhere are touting their “design-driven culture”. What does that mean? For a lot of companies it means having an awesome design team, simple user experiences or awe inspiring design. The reality is that these views couldn’t be further from the truth. Being design-driven means creating a culture that centers on people and drives a share understanding of what it takes to make your company truly lovable. In this session Kelsey Ruger will share insights on the steps you can take embrace design by systematically making it a part of your company’s culture. You’ll learn the critical components you will need to build and maintain a culture of design.