How much does it cost?

 

Websites typically start at $850 for a basic five-page website.  Each additional page is $75 after that.  This includes both a desktop website and a mobile-optimized website.

 

Terms: Before the project begins, we take a non-refundable down payment of half. This payment can be made with a credit card. The balance is due within 10 business days after project completion.

 

(Prices can vary. Please contact us for a personalized estimate.)

What's included?

 

The web design package includes: 

  1. CONSULTATION: We will determine your objectives and design preferences.  You can submit any images and text you'd like to use.

  2. CONTRACT: Accept the Terms & Services and submit via E-signature.

  3. DRAFT: Proposed design prepared and submitted for your review.

  4. REVISIONS:  You will get three revision cycles to suggest changes or adjustments.  After every cycle, revised designs will be completed for your review. (For additional revision cycles, you will be charged a site maintenance fee.)

  5. PUBLISHING: After you approve the final design, we publish it on the web and complete the necessary domain reassignments.

Do you provide maintenance for the websites you design?

 

Absolutely.  We know that having a well-maintained website is important for every business.  Having your site frequently updated will help with search engine optimization and will keep the content fresh for your visitors.

 

Website updates and maintenance is billed at a rate of $50/hour in 15-minute increments.

Website Design

Top 3 reasons why you need a mobile-ready website:

1.

Quick access:

Typically, mobile website visitors are looking for quick access to your business. They want a phone number, a contact form so they can leave a message, your hours of operation, directions to your business, coupons, menu choices and pricing.

2.

Easy for mobile users to read your content:

Websites designed for the desktop/laptop don’t work well on mobile devices. Asking your users to pinch and zoom to read your content is unnecessary and dilutes your message. A mobile-ready site makes finding answers to questions quick, easy and friendly.

3.

Higher search rankings:

A business with both a mobile-friendly website and a standard site enjoys a distinct advantage over businesses that do not have a mobile site. Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Yellow Pages and other search engines and directories rank mobile-optimized businesses higher than their competition.

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