Website Quote

If you’d like to learn more about how an eye-catching website can help you grow your business but you’d like more information about the cost, we’re here to help.  Fill out the form below and we’ll provide you with our no-nonsense pricing guide. Remember- when new customers are searching for your business, first impressions matter.  Let us help you make the right one.

 

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  • About Your Business

    Please tell us about your company, such as history, brand, size, staff and locations. This will help us understand what you’re all about. Include a summary on the services or products you provide. What is your company mission? Also include any plans for future growth that might be important for us to be aware of.
  • Target Audience & Users

    Try your best to describe the type of people that your new website should target. Describe what your ideal client looks like. This will help us design a site geared towards those exact people.
  • Goals of the New Website

    What are the overall aims of the new site? Most often we’ll see a mix of the following goals below.
  • Websites You Like

    Who are your main competitors? Some may have areas of interest i.e. key functionality. Which sites have great designs that you like? Take a look at things like layout, color schemes, typography, photography, and unique tools or features. Please provide a list of links with reference notes for each of them i.e what you like specifically.
  • Look and Feel of the New Site

    Following on from looking at your competitors, or pages that you like, try and describe what you would like to see for the look and feel of your new site. For example: The website is aimed at athletes, so we want a clean, modern, and sporting look. A red/white/blue color scheme would work well, and we think this will give a really fresh feel to the site. Cool fonts like the ones on xyz.com might look good. The whole website just needs to ooze sports, fitness, and well being. Pay attention to any nice user interface features you like. Do you like lifestyle photography or illustrations? How much of a free reign do you want our designers to have?
  • Technical Features and Requirements

    In order to avoid "scope creep" later into the project (and additional costs to you) be as thorough as you can here. Will the new site feature user logins? How will registrations be handled, authorized, and managed? What will be on the user dashboard? Describe every single e feature that will be required. Are you selling products on the site? If so, describe product categories and variations, payment/checkout methods required, shipping cost calculations, shipping tracking, discount codes, any referral discounts, etc. API Integration – Will the site need to integrate with any external feeds or APIs – if so, we’ll need thorough detail and actual examples of these. If you’re unsure, no problem – we can talk through this later. Also, please check list the general areas of the site that will be required such as: News/Blog, Social media feeds, Discussion Forum, Interactive Map, Events section, Online Bookings, Portfolio Section, and Team Page
  • Content

    Will you be providing new content for the site or will you require our team to write content for you? What photography, illustrations or graphics (i.e. your logo) are currently available? Are there branding guidelines such as colors and fonts we must follow?
  • In-House Requirements

    Describe how the site will be managed on a day-to-day basis. Will you be you updating and adding content, or will our team be assisting with that? How often will content need to be updated? Other than the standard contact form, will any form of data export be required from the site? Other than standard Google Analytics, do you need to gather any more on-going data from the site?
  • Domain Information

    Do you currently have a domain purchased for your new website?
  • Your Deadline

    Realistically, when would you like your website to be live?
  • Online Marketing and SEO

    There’s nothing worse than investing a lot in your brand new website, but then forgetting that you’ll need to drive visitors to it. Search engine optimization), pay-per-click, social media and email marketing have never been more powerful, and any new website requires a well thought out and planned online strategy. Are you interested in learning more about Online Marketing and Search Engine Optimization for your new website?
  • Your Contact Information