A Brighouse-based web designer has seen an upturn in demand during the pandemic with more organisations looking to promote themselves during lockdown.
Although 2020 has been an awful year for most businesses due to the current pandemic, Fab Media have been as busy as ever with building websites for small businesses and SMEs wanting to creating an online identity and build a more digital presence online.
Halifax Courier published our recent story during the pandemic, how we were a huge part of working with local businesses to promote themselves online via a new brand identity and website.
Here is a small snippet of the article :
Among Fab Media’s new client roster is Huddersfield confectionery retailer, Honey Bee Sweet Shop who have been able to start selling online after Fabi designed and built a new website for the family-run business.
Fabi has also worked with local charity Ruddi’s Retreat to rebrand and modernise their shop signage, logo, and menus. The organisation helps families with seriously ill children have access to a holiday home for free.
Ali Waterworth, Ruddi’s Retreat founder, and owner of Ruddi’s explained: “When the pandemic hit, we were understandably worried as not only are we in the hospitality trade, we are also a registered charity, so everything stopped for us – much like the rest of the world. We had already committed to moving premises before the 23 March, so we had to carry on with our plans.
“We were working to a very tight budget and fast turnaround. Fab Media has gone the extra mile to ensure we have had all of our marketing materials designed to exact specifications. We were able to open on time with a new logo, new menus, and a fresh new look.”