Let’s get to what is always an important consideration: so what is this project going to cost me?
Every website is unique, which makes it difficult to give a flat price for any particular site. The prices listed are estimates based on my experience designing and building websites. You can always contact me for an estimate on your specific project. Use these numbers as a guide:
The major factor that influences the cost of a website is the amount of design work that needs to be done. A new site requires the creation of images, navigation, links, and content which is labor intensive. If you need content, that’s additional time and expense. Images are another factor to consider. If you don’t have images, you may need to purchase some.
An existing site might require fixing broken links or streamlining the design or improving on-page SEO.
A simple website vs complex site is not based on solely on how many pages the site might have. Functionality requirements, which may need custom programming or plugins, will determine the complexity of the site. Website prices will vary depending on your specific requirements.
Work will start once the design agreement is signed and a non-refundable deposit is received.
Other considerations that may affect graphic design pricing for the above are not limited to the complexity of the design, number of revisions, and deadline.