Relaunching a not-for-profit social enterprise offering affordable and supportive workspace in Bristol.

Opening Image - Spaceworks
100 trees planted and 2-tons C02 offset


Founded in 1985 to support areas of Bristol with higher levels of unemployment and economic deprivation, Spaceworks' mission still stands strong today:
- To provide access to affordable workspaces with flexible, low-risk agreements to act as a significant stimulus in creating and sustaining jobs.

Going further than just a place to work, Spaceworks provide valuable support to businesses through networking opportunities, business services and a strong community. With 7 unique locations spread throughout Bristol City Centre, Spaceworks required a new website to re-establish themselves in the community as a leading provider of affordable workspaces.

As a not-for-profit social enterprise, it was important to reflect the social values it was founded on, whilst bringing the business' digital presence up-to-date, and transforming the user experience to increase organic enquiries.

The new website is a testament to Spaceworks core values, which we're proud to have delivered in partnership with our friends at Rhombus Studio.


  • Website Strategy
  • Website Prototypes (UX)
  • Interface Design (UI)
  • WordPress Development
  • Hosting, Maintenance & Support
  • Website Training
  • Accessibility


The personal level of care Papaya–Studio showed at the beginning in taking the time to understand the essence of our business was the foundation in creating a final product we are very happy with. It was a daunting process when we started, but Nathan has a very structured approach and was able to break it down into manageable mini-projects. He was responsive throughout and has created a suite of 'how to' videos to help us make quick updates. The contact forms on the new website are helping to boost self-generated enquiries, which reduces our reliance on using paid services. Highly recommended.

Matt Johnstone
Chief Executive - Spaceworks