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2018 was a significant year for the Directors of Kids on Beaufort (KOB), Kristy and Linda. It was the year they established their trendy new childcare centre in the heart of Perth. The Beaufort Centre spans 3 levels and is located in Mount Lawley, a suburb known for being fun quirky and cool.
With a vision of offering a fresh new approach to enable adventure, enthusiasm, motivation and explorative learning for young children, KOB collaborated with Dilate on their entire branding journey, starting with the creation of their logo, colours and ultimately the KOB brand.
Working with Kristy and Linda was fantastic. Their passion and motivation led the way for our team to design, develop and deliver a website that really sets KOB apart from the rest of the competitors in the industry.
The intention behind the design was to bring out the innovative, fresh and holistic approach to early childcare learning that KOB encompasses. The website needed to be fun and trendy yet informative at the same time.
We developed a website that allows parents to easily obtain information on the availability of placements, the ability to book a tour of the Beaufort centre and complete the registration process entirely online. The entire website was built to enable a seamless process for the end-user.
We’re super stoked with the end product and excited to share this with you.
I simply cannot recommend this business highly enough! Since starting with them my business has had a huge increase in online and walk-in traffic which has grown our business to the next level. The account managers are exceptional and are passionate with what they do and offer ideas and advice to grow your business from strength to strength. My dealings with Carla and now Aimee have been five star and the owner is always on hand if you need to discuss any issues. 20 out of 10 stars and you will not be sorry if you put your trust in this fantastic LOCAL Perth company.Natasha Ottey
Director Bodie is just absolutely fantastic - he was completely honest with me and could have easily taken several thousand dollars off me, but he advised my business was too small for a company like Dilate, and gave me loads of brutally honest feedback that I have actioned immediately on my site. I wish I wasn't a "DNQ lead - Too Small" but hey- And perhaps one day I'll grow up to be a real player like Dilate - but for now, here's some good karma for you.Lawrence Hobart