Carlos Moreno is a Social Media Tulsa Conference Favorite. Back by popular demand. In 2012, Carlos wowed his session attendees with tips and tricks to get their projects stared on a budget. This year, Carlos takes it to another level.
His topic: Bootstrap 2.0: Million-dollar Agency Design on a Tiny Nonprofit Budget
Branding: Often seen as simply starting and ending with designing a good logo, branding in fact resides within the hearts and minds of customers, clients, and prospects. It is the sum total of their experiences and perceptions, some of which you can influence, and some that you cannot. From this perspective, you can think about ways to improve that experience without spending millions of dollars or having to hire a hot-shot agency.
Web & Social Media presence: Learn how consistency is more important than how much money you spent to have a great-looking websites, social media presence, and online buying experience.
Communication & Presentations: It is said that, “markets are conversations”. Understanding this phrase is the key to understanding what social media is really all about. Want more of the market? Improve your conversation. Learn how to use a few simple (and FREE!) tools to improve your communications so that you can both say what you want, better, and look great while you’re saying it.
Bio: Carlos Moreno is a graphic designer, website developer, a book designer & publisher, an entrepreneur, and a magic-bean buyer. His design firm, Auryn Creative, consults, designs, and hosts & builds websites for a handful of local Tulsa clients, almost all of them non-profit organizations with whom he shares a passion.
He serves on the board of TulsaNOW, and Fab Lab Tulsa, and is a community advocate for intelligent land use policy, and economic development through local entrepreneurship. In 2012, Carlos graduated from the TCC Launch program and launched Falkor Publishing, a local science fiction and fantasy book imprint, works with authors and creatives all over the country.
Carlos is the Graphic Designer at Community Action Project, a Tulsa nonprofit that aims to break the cycle of inter generational poverty by improving the prospects of long-term economic success for very young, low-income children, their families, and the communities in which they live.