This is a question that we try not to answer over the phone or before going through a web design brief thoroughly. The cost of a website is determined by quite a few factors that include design time, the platform used and functionality involved.
If we’re pricing a website for a large business we take into account discovery meetings, wireframing, design visuals, custom functionality, fixing bugs and so on. The hours worked would then be reflected in the price.
On the other hand, if a startup gets in touch wanting a quick online web presence we can usually price that straight away as we know what’s involved.
To give a general idea of costings, a small business website could be priced at anything from £550 to £2000, and a bespoke website with custom features will usually start at £2500.
You can learn more about our web design process and services by clicking the following links: Website Design & Development, WordPress Websites, eCommerce stores.
Or if you have a project you’d like to discuss complete the form on our Contact Us page to give us an overview and we can set up a call to go over the available options.
Illustration: Eleanor Wright
We are a freelance web design and development team based in Cardiff working with entrepreneurs, startups, businesses, boutique design firms and marketing agencies across the UK and globe.
Our wide-ranging expertise includes website design, front-end & back-end development, bespoke WordPress websites, eCommerce stores, email marketing campaigns and content creation and publishing.
We love new challenges & collaborating on interesting projects and can work independently or as an effective team to maximise your online goals.
We’re small enough to provide the personal touch with one-on-one attention, yet big enough to handle most of the requests you might want to put our way.
Find out more about us or read what our clients are saying.
We’re very approachable so if you have a project in mind don’t be afraid to get in touch even if it’s just to bat an idea around.
Welsh version of the Keep Calm posters – a true Welsh oxymoron.