We've been working with the guys (and gals) at Lee Reedy for many years now. They have been instrumental in branding and rebranding companies that we have owned over the years. They are extremely knowledgeable, they are professional, and more than anything else they know how to take complex problems and create simple, straight forward solutions. I would suggest them to anyone that is looking to bring their company to the next level.\r \r Westward Management, Inc.\r Chicago, Illinois
Lee Reedy (the man) was one of my first freelance clients out of college. He was a mentor of a great many up and coming designers at the time, and quickly became my favorite client?smart, disciplined, creative and smart some more.
Fifteen years later, after I left one of the largest Denver agencies, Lee introduced me to the second generation?Kelly, his son and Patrick (Kelly's partner) were younger than Lee or me, but possessed the same attributes, chief among which was (and is) a ...view morepassion for absolute accountability to every client.
Today, I'm a partner in the firm. Am I biased? Of course. But I'm betting my future on this company, so I've put a lot more thought into its merits than this other reviewer, who uses a pseudonym rather than his or her real name (sounds like someone whose employee left their firm for ours?definitely not a client who ever spoke up). My name is Eric Kiker (3033329834) and you can ask me anything you want about LeeReedy/Xylem Digital. Thanks.view less
LeeReedy helped us establish the positioning, strategy and creative execution for a new product launch. The process was thoughtful, dynamic and efficient. I had to write a review not only because I've had great success with them, but because I read the previous post. Sounds like a disgruntled employee. I wish them the best and continued success.
We had these guys do some print work for us and it took forever, was very expensive and it did not even match our brand. They also did a Clear Vision report that basically just regurgitated what we told them in the meeting. Definitely not worth the time or money.