At that point, if you’re still not happy, you can request additional edits at an hourly rate of $75. But please know that virtually none of our clients over the past ten years have needed additional edits beyond the initial two. Also know that your complete satisfaction in the look of your website is of the utmost importance to us.
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While we do some web design work by the hour, most projects are based on a carefully figured flat fee. We will provide you with a free estimate (no obligation to buy) after you complete our online form.
We usually ask for approximately half the balance up front as a retainer fee. The ending balance should be paid just before your website goes live. We strive to make our websites’ affordable to Marin’s small businesses, and even offer a payment plan, if needed.
It usually takes about two to three weeks to design and develop a new website, but can take longer depending on the complexity of your project.
If you live in the Bay Area, yes. If not, most sites can be easily completed via email and phone. In fact, even many of our local clients prefer email and phone as they don’t have to take time out of their busy schedules to meet in person.
We usually recommend that you send everything in electronic format via email, or Dropbox. We can help you convert your paper documents into electronic formats, if needed. All text should be submitted in MS Word format. Images should be in gif, jpg, png etc.
We will not begin work on the actual web pages until you have signed off on the design. You will have two initial designs to chosen from. After that, you will have two rounds of edits to your chosen design.
We can maintain it for you, or we can implement an easy to use Content Management System (CMS) and provide you with tutoring.
If you have a CMS, you can add as many pages as you need. If we are maintaining your site for you, we charge a flat rate for each page.
Of course! We know how quickly design expires on the web.
Bottom line, if you have a business, your customers expect you to have a website (and your competitors love it if you don’t!)