The short answer: How much for how much? It depends on many factors, it’s impossible to say in one sentence. If you talk to a web developer who quotes you without a long talk - RUN AWAY!
Longer answer: We need to have a talk to get answers to a few questions. What kind of site, level of interactivity, graphic design and art elements, photography etc.. At that point we can get you a ballpark figure. Once we determine some of these factors we can come up with a scope of work and firm quote. back to questions
There are many reasons - here are are our top 5
1. We build compliant, optimized websites.
2. We build end user oriented websites - that’s a fancy way of saying we specialize in easy to use, easy to understand and effective websites. Enough technology used to accomplish the task but not burden the end user. Besides they generally load faster and are less prone to problems.
3. Value for the buck - We are lean, very low overhead. No over done offices and unnecessary personnel. A hard working marketing team!
4. We’re FUN! Our clients have fun with us. We try to make this process as easy and pleasant as possible. No over the top techno-jargon.
5. We tell the truth - Our business has been built by word-of-mouth. You don’t get a good reputation by not being on the level with clients. We’ll treat you fairly and do the best job possible so you’ll want to continue working with us long after the project has been completed. Hey, everybody like referrals! back to questions
Absolutely! If its a website, we have a dedicated demo site for you to see the progress and approve changes and additions. Whatever the project is - website, logo, brochures, collateral - we will keep you involved every step of the way. back to questions
Yes. We are happy to look at your existing site and give you a quote for updating it. back to questions
In general, we don't recommend the use of templates.
1. Most templates do not conform to important usability and search engine guidelines. If you're not meeting the needs of your users, or if the search engines can't easily index your site, then you'll simply be wasting your valuable time and money with this approach.
2. Most templates do not lend themselves to quick or easy modification. If you require design modifications, it's important to understand that they can substantially increase your total cost.
3. Templates purchased from the major online vendors may be used hundreds or even thousands of times, even by your own competitors. A cookie cutter design doesn't attract much lasting attention. Good design is a reflection of your business, your strategy and your audience. back to questions
We will give you information and options that will help you make good choices. We can recommend solutions, but ultimately decisions are yours.
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