Patrick Sheridan

Pat Sheridan is co-founder and managing director of Modus Create. He is a 2011 graduate of MindShare, received his MBA from Georgetown University and holds a BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. Pat is a serial entrepreneur and active startup mentor, as well as a co-organizer of the NoVa.JS and NYC.JS meetups.

Posts by Patrick Sheridan

January 13, 2017

Announcing DevOps/WallStreet

Modus Create is super excited to announce the first annual Devops/WallStreet event March 3, 2017 at LMHQ in New York City. This is a must attend opportunity for anyone wanting...

September 8, 2016

Culture As A Competitive Advantage

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle I’d like to express thanks to my colleague Sarah McCasland for suggesting we...

August 7, 2013

Why Jeff Bezos Bought the Washington Post

With all the speculation flying around about yesterday’s announcement, I’d thought I’d add a take from the Modus perspective on what may be motivating Mr. Bezos. Just because the light...

June 17, 2013

Get Ready for SenchaCon 2013!!!

SenchaCon2013 is less than a month away and we’re doing a ton to make the most out of this year’s event. As a Premier Sencha Services Partner and a Gold...

March 5, 2013

5 Startup Lessons Learned from Call of Duty

Playing XBox Live allows our distributed team to connect on a personal level and decompress. As our COD gameplay has improved, we’ve noticed that breakaway players have developed ‘cash management’...

March 4, 2013

Modus Create turns 2!

2012 was a great year for the team at Modus! We’ve put together an infographic to represent our journey to date. Thanks to our new and existing clients and talented...

UXCamp Redux: Business of UX Preso

I had the pleasure of doing a ‘lightning round’ version of my Business of UX presentation from UXCamp 2012 last week at the very cool nClud in DC. Checkout the...

January 24, 2013

The Novelty Era of Mobile is Officially Dead

Meet Your Phone Remember the early iPhone commercial where the user double taps the New York Times website to zoom in on a photo? This was perfectly acceptable in 2008....