To help you decide if we’re the right fit to work together, here are some answers to a few of the more common questions we’ve been asked by potential clients.
What does a website cost?
Quotes can be as different as the companies they’re for, so there are some things we need to know before we can send a proposal. As a starting point, send an email telling us about your business, where you want to take it, and how you’d like us to help. We’ll get you a figure as soon as we can.
How long does a project last?
The duration tends to vary from three weeks to three months, mostly dependent on the amount of work involved, but also due to the number of people we’ll convince on the strongest design direction. We can be more specific after you get in touch.
Do you follow a process?
There are familiar steps such as setting the brief, researching your business and competitors, creating initial designs, development, deployment, and post-launch support. But no two clients are the same so nothing’s set in stone. What’s most important is my curiosity, your trust, and an enjoyable collaboration.
What do you need from me?
Design is a two-way process, and your input’s vital. We’ll talk about what you want to achieve, how it’ll be measured, as well as what direction the design will take, and we’ll make sure you get the most effective, enduring outcome possible.
What if we’re in different countries?
Some of our current clients are overseas — mainly due to referrals. Meeting in person is preferable and always a pleasure, although we’ve also found that talking on the phone, through video calls, and communicating by email can save us both a lot of time that’s otherwise spent traveling. Working across borders has never been a hindrance.
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