Free Your Body
Free your body was formed from a local community of people to raise awareness for leading a better, more healthy life. They needed a website to reflect this by presenting tips and information on how to improve your body and mind. They also offer information about Javita herbs and how they benefit our body and mind.
How it was made
It's All About Life
The local Javita community created a movement. A movement for a better, improved life. Within this website they share their experiences.
We designed a clean and minimal website for them, using calming earth-like colors. We really wanted the design to be in the sidelines for this one, leaving room for the information to sip in and complementing it, not obscuring it.
For them, it's more about the movement, that it is about their products. They still needed to show the company's products though. So we created special pages showing their products and information about them. We also included features needed for future online shopping of these products.
Each product page has all relevant product information, testimonials, videos and scientific research. We tried to lay down the information as elegantly as possible because there was a lot of it. Our results showed that users found it easy to read and to scan important facts if needed.
Feel Free To Join
As with any community, they wanted to grow their members. For that we had to design a few very nice pages with useful information about the community, it's opportunities, their actions etc. We added a few special pages with touching imagery to help them create the feeling of a community that aims for the greater good.
Point of Contact
Finally we designed a special page for contacting the team, which is different depending on the visitors chosen language. For English speakers we had a contact form (shown) with relevant info if they needed to start a movement in their countries as well. The form is slightly different than the Greek one. It also sends different emails upon completion. The English form sends out an email with information on how to start a movement in their countries, while the Greek version is much simpler.