Small Business Website Design

Small Business Website Design

Website design for Fresh Air Studios

Fresh Air Studios are an award-winning company who produce audio programmes, podcasts, IVR for telephone systems, commercials, and commentaries for radio, film and television. Their clients include big global brands like Barclays, Serco, Royal Mail and Three, to small local businesses, and include b:web – Fresh Air produce our own podcasts!


When we met, Fresh Air had a small, old-fashioned website and were keen to take advantage of new web technologies and styles to produce something that would provide a colourful and innovative platform as an online brochure. It was up to to design a website that would communicate some quite techy concepts in a succinct and approachable manner.  We were also tasked with producing a whole new look for the company online, with a range of themed imagery, bold headings and big, bright blocks of colour.

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Small business website development

Fresh Air Studios wanted a bespoke website with a bespoke content management system (CMS). This was no problem for the talented b:web team. We developed a completely bespoke CMS for Fresh Air that we have called SMART. SMART is as easy to use as something like WordPress but simplified for the exact content, layout and functionality required by Fresh Air.

SMART have proven to be super robust and has required little maintenance since launch and Fresh Air are finding it super easy to create new content, pages, blogs and landing pages.

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Website design solution

We combined parallax animated backgrounds with the client’s own audio content to produce an eye-catching website that is flexible enough to grow with the company over the next few years.

“B:Web have provided us with excellent service over the past two years, developing our online presence – including bespoke design and software services. We regularly rely on B:Web’s input to help with our online strategy, and to develop ‘apps’ and ‘applets’ which help us better serve our customers.”

Paul Philpott, Fresh Air

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