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Ready. Set. Grow.

The Ask.

BrightFarms is in the business of growing—in fresh greens and business returns. With a fresh, new brand identity and a healthy list of goals for this project, they had an ambitious vision for a new web design. So, they came to us for some ambitious ideas to help cultivate a new site.

The Answer.

We deconstructed the whimsy of BrightFarms’ packaging design and reimagined it for their website. It creates a cohesive brand identity customers can now expect both on- and offline.

The Goods.

  • UX Strategy
  • Web Design
  • Custom Illustration
  • Website Development

A brighter web design

BrightFarms has a beautiful brand. Our task was to translate their visual identity and brand messaging into a stellar web design, marrying smart UX with a pleasing user interface.

Bringing greens to life with technology

Throughout the finished product, we illustrated SVG animations, micro-interactions, and other thoughtful touches to guide users on their journey. Functional? Yes. Undeniably delightful? Also, yes.

The Result.

[You] did a fantastic job taking our vision and turning it into a reality. They immediately grasped the ‘soul’ of our brand and turned it into both a beautiful and engaging platform. It is an asset that I now feel proud to share!”
Marissa Arguelles

Continuing to Grow

The BrightFarms brand has remained one of the fastest-growing in their space since launching the website. They’ve seen enormous success in three key areas:

Securing New Resources

BrightFarms has seen incredible opportunities emerge for them to continue expanding their mission and product offerings. In 2020, they received $200 million in series E funding, and in 2021, they became part of the billion dollar cleantech portfolio of Cox Enterprises.

Expanding Their Market

In 2020, BrightFarms opened its largest indoor growing facility to-date, a state-of-the-art greenhouse in Pennsylvania. In the same year, they reached their 2,000th store, with sales growing by 40 percent.

Furthering Their Leadership

BrightFarms isn’t stopping at growing their business – the brand is continuing to emerge as a leader in their industry, with the opening of a R&D center at their Ohio facility, and founder Paul Lightfoot’s appointment to the USDA’s Fruit and Vegetable Advisory Board.

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