Pricing products and services.

by Jordan Mingle

Posted on January 16th, 2018 at 5:27 PM



If you're looking for website design services, the first question that pops into your head is "What will the pricing of this be?" The cheaper choice is the more attractive one, but always remember that you get what you pay for.

The more you pay for website services does not exactly mean that you will get the best quality service. It is difficult to guess how much your website will cost without exploring the waters and gauging the workload. If you want the best quality expect to pay a decent amount of money and be sure that you know exactly what you're getting into.

How complex your web project is will play a major factor in cost. Your website may look simple, but keep in mind that just because it seems simple does not mean that it will be for a developer or coder. The more complicated that your project is, the longer it will take and the longer it takes, the more costly your package will be.

Website Designers and Pricing.

The skills and experience of your designer will have an impact on the pricing of their services. If they have years of experience or a list of consistent clients then the price of their services will be higher. Since they are better at their job than the newcomer they can afford to charge higher prices as they most likely make what they are charging on a consistent basis.

The deadline of your project will be yet another factor in determining the cost of service. A project with the same workload but demanding a shorter deadline will cost more. What kind of images you will want on your website will also affect the cost. If you use stock images it may cost less depending on which images you want to use. Expenses can include paying a photographer to take pictures for you. Pricing will have to be factored into expenses such as these.

The more detail and quantity of content that you need for your website, the more the pricing will be. Have a large database of information that you need to display? Instances like this will add more project time and a harder workload. Also keep in mind that the number of times you need your website revised will affect the cost. If you need ongoing service from the designer or developer they may work that into the final invoice or estimate.

Please keep these factors in mind when looking for a website designer or developer for hire. You may contact me and I would be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have.