Who We Are

Modus Create is a world-class product studio that serves our clients through our audacious vision: Be awesome. Have no regrets.

But what does it mean?

  1. It means we leave it all on the field for every project.
  2. It means taking measured risks that yield measurable rewards.
  3. It means keeping Modus active, visible, and relevant in our evolving and exciting field.
  4. It means investing in our people so they can be active, visible, and relevant, too.

Most of all it means helping our clients change the world… one project at a time.

Meet the Founders

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Patrick Sheridan

Pat is a visionary. As an engineer, artist, and designer, Pat is focused on the intersection of design, technology, and business. He saw the need for a high end product consulting firm born with open source team design and DNA and the concept for Modus was born. Pat helps clients see new ways to tackle challenges with emerging technology, and brings his unmatched passion to work every day.

As a serial entrepreneur and active startup mentor, he’s Co-organizer of NoVa.JS and NYC.JS. He is a 2011 graduate of MindShare, received his MBA from Georgetown University, where he is currently an Entrepreneur-in-Residence, and holds a BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design, where he currently serves as an advisory council member for the George Washington University Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.

CO-Founder & Managing Director
 @sheridap

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Jay Garcia

Jay, a US Air Force veteran, brings a distinct technical know-how and 20 years of experience in technology and consulting to Modus — and he’s a thought leader in the JavaScript world. He has authored books and is a frequent contributor to open source projects.

He’s co-organizer of the NoVa.JS and NYC.JS meetups, and is actively involved in the software communities that provide business frameworks and technologies, which enable rich mobile and desktop web experiences.

CO-Founder & Managing Partner
 @ModusJesus

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