We ask 50% of the web design cost upfront and then 50% upon completion or within 90 days, whichever is sooner.
Designing your site and making sure your site is found in Google searches are two different services. To rank well in Google search results requires and on-going SEO service. We offer this service to many of our clients with great success. To learn more about our SEO services, see here.
With our web design, we will design your website in WordPress. This means we make changes to the layout, look and feel of the website. We will also source imagery for your website (the quantity is dependent on the site required and costs). We are dependent on you for the written content of the website. To get a comprehensive idea of what is included and excluded in the website design, please contact us and tell us about your requirements.
You do not need to take hosting with us although we do provide a hosting service. We encourage clients to take hosting with us because we use high end, fast servers which will benefit your website’s user experience and thus your Google Ranking. You can see our monthly hosting pricing here.
We encourage all our clients to take a monthly support retainer, which can be as little as R149 per month. This is because website inevitably with require a bit of work or updates every so often. Besides that, the only other monthly cost is your website hosting fees which you pay to your hosting provider.
First thing to do is to contact us with a brief summary of your requirements. From there, we have a short website brief form for you to complete which helps us further refine the project. We then send you a quote and upon acceptance, a 50% deposit is payable.
Generally speaking, a 4-6 page business website takes anywhere from 3-5 weeks, depending on how ready you are with your written content. E-commerce web design takes about 4-8 weeks, also again depending on how ready you are with your product and company information. A website redesign can take anywhere from 1 to 6 weeks depending on the scale of the redesign.