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Jeremy Marc Lazanowski has been in love with design since he was old enough to grasp a crayon and apply it to the white walls of his early California residence.
35 years later, Jeremy is smarter, taller, and has found more productive outlets for creative expression.
Jeremy’s history in Web Development dates back to 1998, when he joined Central Florida’s Web development firm Webcode as a Web interface designer. Since those early day’s Jeremy has gone on to help plan and design Web interfaces for some of the largest enterprise and consumer brands in the world, including CBS, Disney, eBay, Honeywell, Intel, Logitech, SeaWorld, Sony, Time Inc., Tribune, Universal, VeriSign, and Yahoo!
In addition to Web UI and UX, Jeremy has a good deal of experienced in brand identity, advertising, and traditional print media design. With a degree in business marketing from the University of South Florida, Jeremy is able to bring additional layers of focus and perspective to his work and project teams he joins.
In his 14 years of professional experience, Jeremy has come to realize creative solutions to business problems cannot be forced – they must flow naturally from a process of due diligence, reflection and simplification. Caffeine consumption is also helpful.
Jeremy still gets excited when he sees a new 96 pack of Crayola crayons with the built-in sharpener.