Hi, I’m Jeremy, purveyor of fine

Code, and
Web Strategy

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Hi. I’m Jeremy Gimbel, known by many as @dreadfullyposh.

I’m an experienced web developer, strategist, and team leader based in New York City. I get excited about the intersection of communication and technology on the web, bridging the two to solve organizational problems.

I’m co-author of A 7-week Guide to Growing Your Business with Web Content. This ebook was written using my years of experience in content marketing and web development, and it aims to help businessess and organizations establish sustainable content-production processes that help feed their lead pipelines and bottom lines.

I work with an amazing team of developers, designers and marketers at Happy Cog to build and maintain world-class websites for an impressive roster of clients. I also founded Conflux Group in 2010, through which I have offered my experience and expertise in web development and strategy to clients across many industries and geographies.

A Philadelphia-area native, I graduated from Drexel University. Prior to my work with Happy Cog, I held leadership positions at two non-profit organizations, where I delivered impactful digital communication by blending my interests in technology, communication and organizational leadership.

Jeremy's Skills & Experience

My experience is broad. Ranging from web development, to content marketing, project management, and team leadership.

Web Development

  • Craft CMS
  • ExpressionEngine
  • PHP
  • JavaScript
  • Laravel
  • Docker

Web Marketing

  • Content and Inbound Marketing
  • Marketing Automation
  • Email Marketing
  • Analytics
  • Lead Generation


  • Budget Planning
  • Project Management
  • Employee Performance and Development
  • Team Leadership
  • Process Development

Jeremy's Writing

I write about a variety of topics, including web development, leadership, management, humor, and LGBTQ+ issues on Medium.

What I do with 5 Raspberry Pi 4 single board computers

How I went from avoiding the Raspberry Pi to using 5 of these small computers to power essential services around my home.

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5 Delightful Side Effects of Creating a Culture of Inte...

Why building teams that rely on each other makes everything better.

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Sorry, but you can’t just create a company culture

Companies of all sizes want to grow it, shape it, and foster it. But what exactly is it?

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Get in Touch With Jeremy

The majority of my time is spent working for Happy Cog, however I do take on occasional consulting and speaking gigs.

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Recruiters, please do not contact me. I’m not looking for employment at this time.

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