How we work


We are here to solve your problems and reach your target audience.

We like to get to know about you and your business, working together in the initial design stage it will allow us to create a bespoke product that will meet your customers’ needs.  Each website we build is created with your perfect customer in mind to help you achieve your goals and targets.

Our websites are all designed to be mobile friendly and responsive, so you can be sure that whatever device your customer is using to access your website they will get the right information first time.

Through our initial discovery stage we will ask you a number of questions which might difficult to answer at times.  By getting these right we can be sure that we are going to craft a website you and your end users will love every time.

The Process



Complete the contact form, where we will ask you the right questions to discover what you are trying to achieve.  Some of these might seem a little long-winded; this is so that we can deliver the project right first time.



Once we have agreed on the brief, instead of trying to explain what we are going to build we will build an interactive prototype with a brand style guide and placeholder text/images.



After sending through your revisions for page layout, and style palette tweaks to match your brand identity, you then send over the final content that you want to feature on your site including all images and text.


Delivery / Launch

Finally, we will become busy builders where we will make sure everything is tested and working on your site by going through our internal 55 point checklist, prior to launching your website to the world.


Frequently Asked Questions

Never be afraid to ask, as there is no such thing as a silly question.  We’ve given you a brief overview above, but if you have any further questions then get in touch.

The amount of time that it will take to develop your website will be based upon the size of the project.  There are are number of other factors to take into consideration aswell, such as the content you have already produced, whether you have a site already and the number of stakeholders involved in the decision making process on your side.  A basic website can typically be ready to go live in as little at 4 weeks.

Yes – we can advise and guide your through the process of registering a domain name before your site is launched if you don’t already have one.  If you have already got one registered we will need the login details so that we can update the nameservers to point your domain name to your new website.

No, all of our projects come with at least 3 months free hosting from the date the site is made live.  After this we have a managed hosting package available as outlined on our client resources page.

Yes – all of our websites are designed to be viewable on all devices including mobile phones, tablets and laptops or PC’s.  This is achieved through a responsive development framework, which will adjust the display of your website to ensure the most suitable output depending on the device it is viewed on.

Yes – As these style of sites tend to have unique and bespoke requirements a bespoke quote will be required.  If you would like to discuss your project with us, please use the contact form.

A Content Management System (CMS), is a framework developed to allow you to maintain content without the need for specialist techinical skills once your design is complete.  In the case of B24media we use the WordPress CMS. It is estimated WordPress is used to deliver content on 34% of the top 1 million websites worldwide.

Yes – we provide training to all of our clients on maintaining and updating your website in easy to use guides and video tutorials.

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) in simple terms is ensuring that your web site or page has the most relevant content to increase it’s visibility to search engines such as Google and Bing.

Whilst we won’t write the bulk of the content of your website, we will work with you to proof-read and adapt your content to achieve the best possible results.

During the development stage we will use placeholder images, once the site goes live we have access to a number of stock images we can use.  However images you provide will reflect on your business in the best possible way.