After building years of experience at the Albert Heijn as visual merchandiser, Jan Koster dreamt of expanding his international client intell by continuing his work on a freelance basis. His service package, workbook and knowhow had to be transformed and customized for international clients. All linked by a uniform online and offline visual identity.
We studied Visual Merchandising and came to the conclusion that Jan Koster has to look through the eyes of the customers to make effective adjustments. This inspired us the twist the ‘A’ to create an eye. We reinforced our team by collaboration with developer Kasper Koman to perfect the online technicalities. We planned two contact moments per week to finish the website in a month.
With a dynamic twist of the navigation bar, consistent translation of his identity and bilingual options makes his website fully functionable and is especially designed for his customer journey and clients. Translating his vision and what visual merchandising stands for in his point of view, separates Jan Koster from his competition. Being very successful with his new international clients, like Renova, Rewe, Selfridges & Co etc.
An agency that immediately understands what I want, where quality is taken for granted and that stands in life with a no-nonsense mentality, is what I was looking for. And when you come across the men of Studio Zakmes, a fantastic end result is obvious.
Looking through the eyes of the client and listening with the ears of a professional agency is a golden formula. What is also very nice about Studio Zakmes is speed while maintaining care.A few weeks ago I was proudly delivered the end result and all the reactions were positive. For Website Development and Visual Identity assignments, I recommend that everyone first visit Sander and Patrick from Studio Zakmes.