The Idea: I met Farhad in 2012 through Farhad's friend and my web design client, Franklin Jones at b-linepdx.com. We began our business relationship when his online booking plugin stopped working. We met to discuss solutions; the one we implemented was a company rebrand and a complete website rebuild. Since this 'little website fix he needed' we have completed many other projects together, from branding the exterior of both his locations via paint and signage, to restructuring the Green Drop customer model to a subscription based, monthly-recurring-revenue model.
Lucas has been an indispensable partner in helping to create and grow our company brand identity across many different mediums. His understanding of process and structure has also helped us implement many new initiatives ranging from marketing, to interior design, to how we schedule our resources. Lucas provides solutions.
Select projects with Farhad, Green Drop's owner
- The Idea: Farhad knew the Green Drop brand identity did not accurately reflect its commitment to simplicity, approachability, and consumer confidence. The logo was cluttered. Their website was not easily navigated and lacked tools to easily book an oil change online or complete e-commerce transactions. The only thing we needed to do was everything.
- The idea: After Green Drop Garage expanded to a second location, it was clear that both locations needed some serious exterior work. Farhad wanted to stamp his brand on each location, but was unsure of how to accomplish this due to the unique nature of the buildings.
- The Idea: Upgrading subscription plans requires agreement to specific terms of service, collection of an e-signature, and confirmation email sent to the customer and shop managers.