Business Development Manager and Lead Front End Developer

Chad will help you survey your business needs, ensure you are educated on your options before suggesting any solution.

He is committed to ensuring that I stay up to date on the latest web design, development techniques, SEO techniques, web accessibility (a11y), and industry trends. My aim is to build relationships with my clients and responding quickly to communication.

Coming from a “Blue Collar” background and being the son of a teacher, Chad was taught early on the value of a dollar and the value of a good education. During his teens he worked with the family logging business during summers and on Saturdays. The work ethic his grandfather and father showed him during this critical time in his life has stuck with him. He often refers back to the lessons learned during those times when working with clients.

On the logging crew his job was to run the knuckle boom/loader. It was typically the safest job in the operation but also required the most care. If he didn’t evaluate the entire log before making the first cut he would have had too much waste and ultimately left money to rot away. He attempts to use the same mentality when working with our clients. He is able to help you survey your business needs, ensure you are educated on what your options may be before suggesting a solution.

Chad is also committed to ensuring that he is up to date on the latest web design, development techniques, SEO techniques, web accessibility (a11y), and industry trends. His aim is to build relationships with our clients and respond quickly to communication.

Chad is a graduate of Wilkes Community College, Wilkesboro, North Carolina where he received an Associates in Arts degree. He then transferred to Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina where he received a B.S. in Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology and Master of Arts in Industrial Technology. He has worked with print and web design since 1998. While in college, Chad won the Hickory Printing Group Christmas Card Competition two years in a row. In Graduate School he worked at The Appalachian where he was in charge of updating the site bi-weekly with the content from the print edition.

After college Chad began his career at Wilkes Community College, where he was instrumental developing the Advertising and Graphic Design program, teaching in the program while also maintain duties in the marketing department. In 2009, Chad made the move to the Marketing Department full time where he was in charge of social media marketing, web marketing, print design and web designs of MerleFest® and the Walker Center.

Chad joined Cube Creative in June of 2012 and designs for web, print, inbound marketing and digital marketing. He also serves as our lead front-end developer and Business Development Manager for the Wilkesboro office.

Chad is married to Amber Robinson Treadway and they have one child Raylan Jack Treadway. Chad is also a Master Mason at Liberty Lodge #45 in Wilkesboro, NC.