company September 27, 2011

Welcome Valued Associate Sean Gallagher

I’m very thrilled to announce that Sean Gallagher is joining us as an Art Director. He will be working out of our New York HQ. OK, that’s not Sean. This is Sean. The process of finding Sean did remind me of  the movie Seven Samurai, where the villagers were looking for aids. I’ve been looking for…
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Creative Director

I’m very thrilled to announce that Sean Gallagher is joining us as an Art Director. He will be working out of our New York HQ.

Not Sean Gallagher

OK, that’s not Sean. This is Sean.

Sean Gallagher

The process of finding Sean did remind me of  the movie Seven Samurai, where the villagers were looking for aids. I’ve been looking for design help for a while. Besides excellent web design skills, Sean also has great experience in strategy, conceptual and communications design ranging all media from one-offs to brand campaigns. I believe he’ll be a great asset, especially since we’ve started creating a lot more design materials to promote our Stack Exchange 2.0 sites.

Sean's Japanese robot collection

Sean lives in NYC and loves Japanese food and robot toys as much as I do. He’s a serious vintage Japanese robo toys collector. Check out his whole collection!

Welcome aboard Sean!

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