Tour of Contactually

Over the weekend, Brandon (one of my old colleagues) showed me his new gig at Contactually. He’s got a pretty good thing going there, in terms of space and growth. I’m digging the culture and took some notes.

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As you can see, the space is open. That little fence is to keep the dogs in. They’ve got about 6 or 7 roaming around during the day.

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Here’s a pic of some of the future in their entrance. Apparently someone over there has a knack for cool stuff. The chairs aren’t comfortable, but boy they’re cool.

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When you first enter, you notice that they’re packed in there like sardines. I can’t imagine how loud it gets there… but I bet it’s pretty crazy.

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I’m serious, it’s pretty packed in there. I mean, if someone farted, the entire office would know immediately.

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Here’s a pic of Brandon’s desk. I’m really impressed by how far he’s come in such a short time. I only expect great things coming from the things he touches.

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I’m not entirely sure what their company does, but their culture starts to make sense by the barrage of posters around their office.

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This one was great.

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LOL. It’s nice to see that kind of environment. I kind of miss those days.

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They have a pretty cool kitchen. Really nice layout… I’m going to have to borrow from this in the future.

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And their conference rooms. These are pretty cool. Kind of reminds me of the photos of the pixar studios.

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It definitely looks cooler on the outside. I think the inside needs some work. Hah!

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This is where their engineers work.

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One of their lead engineers is a cowboy. He broke the rules and built his own desk out of cardboard.

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And they have a pretty cool basement. It’s probably too cluttered with furniture, but it has potential.

Anyway, thanks Brandon for giving me a tour of Contactually. You guys have an awesome space, and it looks like the sky’s the limit.

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