Bespoke Web Design
We can build a website for you in four steps, to fit your quotation based around a simple content management solution
For this we have just four stages which are explained below
|Explanation Of Quote – The 4 Stages of Design:|
|1. Upfront Cost. The Amount payable to reserve your domain and book your work in for the build before work commences. This will be at least 50% of the estimated total cost, which is subject to change depending on specifications and any alterations needed.
2. Basic Website – Build Costs. This includes the basics to get you up and running, without revision or customisation or optional extras.
3. Revision Costs – the hours spent on any revision once the site is built.
4. Optional Extras – Additional Services to Advance, Promote, Market and Secure Your Website
We pride ourselves on transparency with our prices and so you can see the work that goes into a website we have broken things down into the above four sections. You can view these optional extras here: to go to our page detailing the options you can have
Payment Terms: Work begins on payment of Upfront cost. Site goes live when full balance and final total has been paid, which will calculate for any applicable revision costs and the inclusion of the optional extras
Balance is due upon completion, before go live date. Minus a discount of £29.99 which is the cost of 1 years Free Web Hosting.
This quote is an estimate only and designed to give an idea of the costings and work involved. All costings will be notified in advance.
Other things to bear in mind with the ownership of a website is updates and we can help with this:
|Once site is completed there is an hourly charge cost of £39.99 for the revisions needed thereafter which will be in addition to the Balance Total.
The more revisions and changes needed, the more time involved before completion which is reflected in the total cost. Critical Site Updates are suggested on an ongoing basis once the site is complete.
Ongoing Critical Site Updates and backups are chargeable as extra and when software updates become available.
It is obviously advisable to pay for maintenance to keep the site as up to date as possible.
Why not take out a maintenance plan? You can read more about these Here