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Our prices depend on many factors. To get a better idea of the cost of what you need, give us a quick phone call at +8801645073296. We’ll ask a few questions about your project, what features and interactivity you’ll need, who will handle content development, whether or not you’d like to sell online. After this short discussion, we should be able to give you a ballpark number. If you’re still interested, we’ll be happy to develop a comprehensive proposal that outlines the scope, process and costs.
Once we have all the content (text and images), it should take 2-4 weeks for us to design and build a typical, small scale website of 8-10 pages. The most time consuming phase of any web project is collecting and writing the content.
We offer both options. If you stick to the timetable and scope defined in our flat rate proposal, we can guarantee that the price we quote will be the price we charge. However, if you want more flexibility with regard to collecting materials, making changes to the design or even making changes to functionality, we are happy to work on a time and materials basis.
There are nine steps in our development process
  • Discovery – If the project is a rebuild, we review your current content and make further recommendations for improvements. If it’s a new site, we start by discussing the subjects and functionality you envisage for your site and develop an outline for you.
  • Content – You compile all the content for the website, including all text and images.
  • Preliminary Design – We create a home page concept including colors, fonts, image style and layout.
  • Organization – When we have received all content in its final version, we review it to determine the best way to organize the information. The structure of the site is based on this organizational scheme and must be approved by you.
  • Design Revision – After reviewing the initial design, you have the opportunity to request changes.
  • Implementation – Once we’ve received your approval on the design, we move on to implementation. This is where the approved design becomes concrete and where we add site-specific features.
  • Page Content – When we have all the content that will be included on the site and an approved design, we will enter all the data.
  • Testing – We run through a final set of tests to be sure that everything is functional. You have an opportunity at this time to test the site as well.
  • Launch – Once we have your final approval, we launch the site. The marks the end of the projec
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Yes. Every site we have built since 2016 has been mobile-friendly. The method we use to achieve this is known as responsive design, which ensures that the site works well on a wide variety of screen sizes, from smartphones and tablets through to small and large desktop monitors.
A. Yes.We always remain available to make changes for you, if you don’t have time or you need more complex changes.
A: Yes. We include copy writing and editing in all of our proposals. We also build your sitemap and help structure the foundation of your website in the planning stages.
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Well, we offer you both of them.
Yes we do provide some of our work before final development take place . Beside that in our "Client" section you can see some of our work designed by our company.
If you have an existing website, not all pages may need a redesign, especially if they are hitting high performance marks. Find out if the web design firm plans to analyze your current site’s metrics to evaluate its strengths and weaknesses before implemented any design changes.
This can be a good or bad thing. For example, if a company has designed websites in the past similar to yours , they may have a better understanding of what works and what doesn't. That said, you don't want a clear conflict of interest. This is a good question to ask and to use in your evaluation process, but I wouldn't rule someone out entirely if they built a website last year in the same industry but don't have an ongoing relationship with that client.
Generally, initial project agreements call for either unlimited changes or a certain number of revisions. Others have multiple sign-offs on proposed colors, design layout, images and type fonts so you have an idea what the end design will look like. It’s important to review the process and the policy for changes with the design firm.
As your project progresses, you might want additional services outside the original scope of the project. Find out how billing works if you decide to add other features or elements after work on your website has begun.
Yesss! your website will be compatible with all kind of devices as we worked with responsive design.
Nowadays, almost all websites should be coded with SEO in mind. There are all kinds of technical issues that a new website can introduce. If you're having a new site designed, it's a good idea to have a third party SEO firm conduct an SEO audit prior to launch to make sure there aren't any major issues.
In addition to web design and development, a comprehensive website design company offers e-commerce services for businesses conducting online sales. Ask for specifics when inquiring about e-commerce solutions because they vary among web design firms. Some commonly offered e-commerce services are shopping carts; the ability to add discounts; support for multi-currencies; a customer database that interacts with your online store; cross and up sell features; inventory control; customization; reporting; and SEO integration.
Yes, absolutely.