Compared to print, website projects can be much more complex, in the world of web design things change fast, things that were extremely time consuming and expensive a few years ago may now be much quicker to accomplish as new ‘open-source’ web solutions emerge every day. We strive to keep up to date with all the latest technology that will help save our clients money. So something that you may think is out of reach on your limited budget may well be closer than you think.
If you are after a rough guide of how much your project would cost you can use the quick estimate form to the right. The more information we have the more accurate the estimate will be.
If you need a much more accurate estimate and you have more detailed information on exactly what you need, you can use the detailed website estimation form below instead. It does look daunting, but we have made it very simple to use, you only need to type your contact details, then choose from dropdown options, it should only takes a few minutes to complete (please answer all questions).
NB. The form below can also act as a checklist for what we will need to know if you would like to meet up to discuss your project.
GET A DETAILED WEBSITE ESTIMATE.
WEBSITE PRODUCTION CYCLE
Hopefully this will give you a rough idea of what is involved in producing a complete website from start to finish.
- Initial Meeting to discuss clients specific needs.
- Target audience is discussed and general website function is agreed.
- SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) key phrases are discussed.
- Specific functionality features are researched and agreed.
- Detailed specification received and detailed quotation supplied.
- Budget and time scales agreed.
- SEO key phrase research and competition assessment is done.
- Target key phrases are agreed.
- Design work begins
- Designs and templates agreed.
- Graphics and images are sourced or created.
- Website build begins.
- Additional functionality added.
- Browser testing.
- Bug fixes.
- Client amendments.
- Website is deployed to final server.
- Ongoing maintenance discussed and agreed (if needed).
- If content is to be managed by the client, in house training is given or training videos are supplied.
The above production cycle is just a guide, in reality most projects vary in some way but hopefully this list will give you a rough guide as to how a website is progressed.