Case Study Plan.Do.Live
Bodo Frost is an experienced business change and project management consultant, a book author, change instigator, leader, and business coach with a consultative management style. His Plan.Do.Live program focuses on bringing work-life balance to individuals and companies.
With COVID-19 limiting physical contact and interaction, Bodo required a pivot to ensure his business thrived through uncertain times. He created a new brand around his Plan.Do.Live course and ethos, and we were enlisted to bring that vision into 2020 and beyond.
With a solid foundation to work from (as well as Bodo’s technical knowledge) we set about to combine multiple brands, products and businesses into one cohesive, functional and integrated hub. It incorporates an e-commerce shop (including hosted products on-site from Amazon), a 3 tiered membership section and an online learning platform consisting of multiple courses set up through LearnPress.
Alongside the technical aspects of the build, we implemented a brand overhaul and upgrade, combining extensive use of customised illustrated elements, refreshed brand colours and a clean, modern design aesthetic throughout.
The result is a highly functional, user-friendly and informative e-commerce and e-learning website, which covers the many aspects of the Plan.Do.Live business.
Our Client’s Reaction
“The team at Bloom Digital took the time to understand my business, my requirements for now and for future growth, when I asked them for a quote to design and build a completely new website for my business Project Reboot.
The team has been very professional, fun to work with and delivered a website that is just perfect for me. The discussions on colour schemes, functionality and what works and what not were open and honest; when things did not turn out the way I wanted due to technical reasons, the team found other ways and solutions to make things happen.
All in all I can recommend Bloom Digital wholeheartedly – great team, great spirit, great design, professional people with a good sense of humour, too. The latter does help a lot!”