When it comes to building a website, we understand that everyone has different needs. That's why we don't have a set pricing list for builds and website design. However, there are several things you can do to to lower the initial quote of the web design and build. This includes some of the following steps:
Have an idea of what you can supply. Do you have a logo or imagery that you can use on the site? By giving your designer these key elements you can speed up the design and build process, saving time and money.
Websites are built for different purposes. For example, an e-commerce site allows your customers to buy online and a simple landing page provides an online presence with key information. Knowing what you want to achieve with your website will give the web team a clear idea of what they can achieve within budget and timings.
Think about who you are trying to reach or talk to. This can influence everything from the look and feel to tone of voice. For example a website for children’s toys will look feel and sound different to a website for a law firm or hardware shop. Providing the designer a strong idea of your audience will help to achieve a design that best suits your business.
Providing copy or content to work with will help the team understand how your site can be set out and where best to present information. This content can come from a business plan and previous marketing material, or you can ask for professional copy writing services from your provider.
You don’t have to know everything now, but if you have some idea of what you are wanting to achieve and know roughly what you can or can’t provide, we’ll be able to give you better idea of pricing and timings. That’s why our ‘discovery’ meetings are so important.
Contact a local printing.com studio and help us discover the best way to meet your website needs today.