Web Design

Since our launch in 2004 b:web have grown into a full service web design agency working with small/medium sized business who invest regularly in their marketing and digital presence.

We thrive on the challenge of bespoke projects: strategy, planning, designing, building, optimising and promotion.

Whilst we specialise in web design & development and eCommerce we especially like to nurture long term relationships with our clients. We deliver digital marketing and website support services including: continued website improvements, digital strategy, implementation, SEO and graphic design for printed and digital media.

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Web development

b:web have built 100s of websites and gained years of experience in transforming briefs and budgets of all shapes and sizes into engaging and dynamic bespoke website solutions.

Web Development
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eCommerce Website Design

Our clients are a mixture of global retailers, large enterprises and small local businesses operating as Business to Business (B2B), Business to Consumer (B2C) or both.

eCommerce Website Design
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Digital Marketing

We prefer to stick around once your website is launched and be part of your continuing success. There is no magic bullet; we create results for our customers through creative thinking, strategy experience and technology.

Digital Marketing

Bespoke cms development

SMART II has been developed on the Twist PHP framework  (a secondary project by our Web Systems Architect). This nifty CMS is focused purely on the tasks content publishers require and makes on-page SEO a complete breeze. SMART II can power bespoke websites and web applications.

b:web developed our first content management system (CMS) way back in 2006. At it’s peak SMART powered over 250 websites including government sites and household names. In more recent years WordPress has become a popular choice for the majority of our customers. However, some of our customers require a bespoke CMS for a variety of reasons including policy decisions to avoid open source software.


the b:web approach to web design