This is the #1 question
we are asked on a daily basis, and, unlike a lot of other web design companies, we actually have website packages. We’re purposely transparent with our web design fees because we hate blindly shopping. However, there are still a variety of factors that can change the cost of your website.
Required Website Features & Components
It still fascinates us that many people assume it’s quite easy to build a simple-looking website. People fill out an online intake form completely unaware of how much time and coding it took to ensure that basic-looking form operates correctly. We kindly ask that you do not assume that your web design requirements are simple, or should be less than the design fees that are listed on a web design agency site. Custom development that involves unique design and functionality components can increase the website building time by a lot. Outside of the layout, copy and graphics that are implemented into your design, any additional requests that are unique to your web design project and fall outside of a package that is offered will increase your cost. Kinda like when you want to put extra bacon on that kobe beef burger – no, that’s just us?
Web Design Quality
Nowadays, anyone can build a website with Wix or Squarespace, but it’ll take hundreds of hours and lots of frustration with various phases of trial and error. One can even hire a developer overseas on Fiverr and get a website built for only $100, but as cliché as it sounds: you get what you pay for. A quality website will cost more than a pretty penny, and even though everyone wishes to save money, it just depends on whether you want a McDonald’s Cheeseburger or a Fullblood Wagyu Filet Mignon Steak – Mmmmm steak, can you tell we’re not vegetarians?
Investing the right amount of money into your business’ web design project, by selecting a reputable professional to build it, will allow for enhanced user experience, responsive web design, great design aesthetics and correct functionality. Stick with the professionals!
If you’re lacking on funds, your best bet is to pull out that piggy bank that Grandma gave you, and start stashing some coins. If you already have your domain name purchased, forward it to your Facebook business page until you’ve saved up enough money. Whatever you do, don’t go the cheap route, your business deserves better – invest in a professionally built website!