Sean Carton

Sean helps clients understand the constantly changing intersections between design, marketing, communication, and technology.

As the founder of one of Baltimore's first Web development firms in 1995, the founding Dean of the School of Design and Media at Philadelphia University, and the co-author of one of the first books about the web (The Mosaic Quick Tour series) in 1993, Sean has over 12 years experience designing, developing, planning, and executing interactive media.

During his career he has led the development of hundreds of projects for clients such as Rubbermaid, Armstrong, The US Department of Health and Human Services, The Johns Hopkins University, Maryland Institute College of Art, iRobot, The Discovery Travel Channel, University of Michigan, University of Maryland, The American Institute of Architects, and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

In addition to his creative and consulting work, Sean has published 8 books about the Internet, technology, business, and video games and writes regular columns for ClickZ.com (the leading online advertising industry website) and Publish.com as well as contributing to magazines such as Wired, Revolution, Stim, and POV. Sean is a sought after public speaker on issues of marketing, technology, and the Internet and has delivered keynote addresses to organizations such as EDUCAUSE, the Florida Telecommunications Industry Association, and the American Marketing Association in the US as well as to organizations in Italy and the UK.

Sean's work for clients has been recognized with numerous awards including a Webby (the "Academy Award" of the Web), One Show, and the New York Art Director's Club awards.