Here’s an overview of what you can expect when working with me. The details may vary based on the type of project and the scope of work. However, the milestones are generally the same.
We’ll discuss the project and ensure I’m the best fit to help accomplish your goals.
I’ll present a project plan, schedule of milestones, and fixed cost for the project.
I’ll block off time on my schedule, and coordinate with any outside vendors.
4. Design & Build
I’ll get to work building your project and update you along the way.
5. Client Review
You’ll have the chance to preview the project, test all the features and provide feedback.
We go live, optimize for performance and set up ongoing support to ensure your goals are met.
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It is my mission to build beautiful websites that work seamlessly across all devices, follow industry coding standards and accessibility guidelines, and are optimized for performance. I want you to be confident in the quality of your website. For that reason, if you spot an error within the first 12 months, I will fix it for free.
Probably. I would need to know more about the current site (what themes, plugins, and custom code were used to build it) and understand the changes to be made. I would be happy to take a look and see if I may be able to help you.
A new website typically ranges from $5-9k. The total cost depends on services needed, feature complexity and scope of the build. Keep in mind, if you need custom web design, copywriting or SEO service, these will affect the cost as well.
New websites take 6-8 weeks, which includes testing and client review. A schedule of project milestones will be included with each proposal. This timeline can be affected by project complexity, changes in scope and delays in content.
I don’t offer any design services directly. However, I partner with web designers on a regular basis. My design partners have an expert understanding of responsive design and web UI best practices. If you already have a web designer that you’d like to work with, that’s no problem at all. We’ll just plan to do a quick intro call to get to know each other at the beginning of the project.
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