"Sean [founder of Chart Room Creative] is first-rate web strategist. He's very knowledgeable not only on the technical aspects of the web but has his pulse on current web communications and eCommerce trends. Add to that an increidble work ethic, and you have an individual who is a tremendous talent."

Portia Mount

CMO @topcoder | 2x TEDx Speaker | co-author "Kick Some Glass"

Selected Work:

McGraw Hill Education | Kick Some Glass

The Kick Some Glass digital asset, web design, and development project landed on our doorstep courtesy of the book’s dynamic authors, Portia Mount and Jennifer Martineau, along with publishers McGraw Hill Education and CCL Press. Armed with nothing more than a PDF of the final working draft of this best-selling book, Chart Room embarked on a mission to craft a captivating website that would not only showcase the book and its authors in a contemporary light but also kickstart sales through major platforms like the publisher’s site and Amazon. We complemented this with social connections, forming an integral part of a comprehensive campaign executed in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL).

To say that the web design, development, and graphic design work was a triumph would be an understatement. Both authors showered praise upon our efforts, and the site quickly started channeling sales toward our intended conversion destinations right from its launch. The digital assets we created for the site elicited pure delight from the CCL Marketing Department, leading to a broader partnership with Chart Room Creative in executing a fully integrated marketing strategy. The site’s traffic rivaled some of CCL’s most highly frequented pages – a remarkable achievement considering the substantial daily traffic the leadership development giant drew, even for its less successful content.

Years after its publication, the book’s dedicated site continues to perform admirably. And the book itself, a must-read for leaders interested in gender representation and women’s leadership development, remains a top-seller in the women’s leadership sector within the field of leadership development.