Many clients have questions about building a new web site. Here are some common ones.
What does a web site cost?
The cost is based on an hourly fee, and the time it takes to complete the project. Since each project has its own specific requirements, the time – and cost – vary quite a bit. A simple site might take about 20-25 hours, while a site with sophisticated features (like a membership system or e-commerce) might take 60-80 hours.
How long does it take?
With several projects at various stages in the pipeline at any given time, each project is scheduled and prioritized as needed. A project that takes 25 hours of work to build might actually be completed over a few weeks or more.
How do we get started?
Just give me a call or shoot me an email to get started. We’ll discuss all the details of your project … the general goals and the specific requirements. When I have a good understanding, I’ll estimate the work, usually as a range within which I expect to finish. Then I’ll write up a nice proposal that outlines the scope, specs, approach, functional and technical requirements, and includes the line-itemed estimate. If you’re on board, we can begin the real work.