I can’t speak highly enough about Jeremy Coleman. He is top-tier design talent, and a superb thinker and problem solver.
I hired Jeremy when I was leading a rebranding effort for Pitney Bowes, a Fortune 500 software and services company. The rebrand was for our fastest-growing division, eCommerce Solutions, and with our product, ClearPath, we were looking to target retailers who wanted to reach international customers. We had never gone direct-to-retailer before with this product, and needed a new look that emphasized our unique value proposition.
Jeremy worked alongside me to define the problem retailers faced, understand our value and how we were different from the competition, and then execute the campaign as its lead designer.
The results were outstanding.
Jeremy’s campaign (“Global eCommerce. Solved.”) was simple, elegant, and effective. The creative alongside the tag line - a Rubik’s cube of a world map, completely solved - highly resonated with our customers. We put that design on our white papers, our website, and even created a huge 20-foot sign of it and displayed it at trade shows.
ECommerce executives got it immediately, and it enabled us to sell the product more efficiently.
I wouldn’t hesitate to work with Jeremy Coleman again, and I’m happy to be a reference for him.