Casey Sheehan

Casey Sheehan

Casey is a digital designer known for transforming many of the world’s most admired brands – from Coca-Cola to Apple – with the creation of radically different digital products and services.

The Ottawa native – who was drawn to design partly through his hobbies and partly through genes (his mother was an artist and he was a big fan and participant in skateboard culture) studied at a graphic design program in Toronto but ultimately learned more on his own. He taught himself to code, which led to his career in UX /digital product design.

Casey moved to the US in 2003 to work at Los Angeles-based Hello Design, cutting his teeth on great projects for Sony, National Geographic. From there he went to SapientNitro, where he helped design the first-ever digital touch-screen vending machines for Coca-Cola for the Beijing Olympics.

Prior to joining Work & Co, Casey was executive creative director at Huge. He joined Work & Co as a partner in the summer of 2015, in the Portland office. Sheehan’s focus is on core digital products, not advertising. The agency creates websites, apps and e-commerce platforms and other digital touch points for brands, which are becoming more and more important in the age of omnichannel communications.