The cost of a website does vary depending on a wide number of things, which we will look into together.
This does depend on a number of factors (below); but if you would like to get a quote, then just fill in the form opposite.
There are a number of factors that determine the cost of a website, like cars, there are different sorts and specs.
If you want a site that only has 3-4 pages, then this would cost around £400. If you want a web site that had 10,000 pages then this would cost significantly more.
The larger a site is, the more design work and planning is involved, and therefore the more it would cost.
Many web sites these days use templates, so a designer would select the template, make some colour modifications and tweaks, and then launch it.
These sites are very cheap and quick to set up (there are also a number of free website systems that can offer the same thing to the novice).
If you are looking for a bespoke website (that is not an ‘off the shelf design’) then there are tens of thousands of web designers that can help.
Each one will set their own fees based on the following:
With the growth of technology, using Youtube clips, animation and videos on websites is common, and will raise the cost of the overall website.
Being found online is important, this is called SEO and is separate but a point to be considered when getting a site created.
As all creative designers are profit making companies, it is necessary to shop around and compare quotes.
Have a look at their portfolio, chat to some of their current customers, if they are expensive can they justify their rates?
Are they local, can you meet them?
Do they have support services to offer?
Can they offer a mock up so you can see what their design flair is like?
Your options? You can spend time on a search engines going through agencies one by one to find a few local agencies, then contact each and ask them to quote. Or you can complete the form opposite and we will get you quotes today.