Design Stage

What Is Needed For A Website Design?

If you walk into someone’s business and visit their website that evening, you should get the same sense of identity. This is a crucial aspect of thoughtful web design that we maintain for many years. It’s an important ingredient. Your brand and identity is the pinnacle of a great website design and makes content creation and everything else easier to accomplish. A website design should not be too cluttered and highlight the important channels of information that you want your reader to find. The navigation is also key to making the transition from page to page effortless. Other important aspects include a well thought out footer area, blog pages, contact page with directions and a map.

Where Do We Start?

Start by choosing a colour scheme that’s in-line with your existing brand. If you have originals of your logo and colour chart that will be an advantage. We will use the info in planning stage and design stage to build the initial site. In some cases a content writer and photographer may be needed to achieve the best results.

Frequently Asked Questions

Although we have packages available to choose from found here, we always like to customize our pricing based on the clients needs. Every website differs considerably with design time, content creation and optimization. Let’s first have a consult and find out exactly what you have in mind. Find our details and contact form here.
We do not charge a fee for our first meeting. At this discovery stage we sit down together to determine your needs. Depending on our meeting we may need to do some market research which we do charge for. We charge a consultation fee for advice if that is what our client requests at R350 per hour.
This depends on the volume of work. If you have all the information readily available the process is fairly quick. Most website designs take 7-10 days to complete while other bigger projects have taken a couple of months to complete. We encourage our clients to help set timelines and become actively involved in the process towards completion.
All websites need hosting and from time to time there is maintenance that needs to be done. We always set a website up with the first year of hosting included in the price. Depending on what hosting package is allocated, that fee will become due in 12 months for the second round of hosting. Maintenance includes examples; clearing of mail boxes, website updates and search engine updates. We never do any work unexpectedly and will always consult with our client before we make any changes.
We work with a few companies who are copy-writing specialists. Their work is guaranteed with update options until you are completely satisfied with the content provided.
Yes you are able to. Let us know in advance that this is you intention. If you opt to maintain your own content we suggest that your website be built in a content management system to make the updates easier from your side. We offer live support for editing updates and show you the process live until you have mastered WordPress.
Yes, if you already have hosting we do not require your hosting to move to our system.
Absolutely. We make use of Skype to have regular meetings where we are able to screen share and send files. We design for clients in Europe and USA and have thus far been very successful at delivering a professional and efficient service.
We require a 50% deposit once we have agreed on the scope of work document. Your 1st year hosting is included and possible premium template purchases for WordPress. Our fee does not include the price of content writing as this will need to be quoted for once we have agreed on how many words per page need to be done.

Ready to begin?

Fill out our form below along with our needs analysis. This will help us rather the right info early on and save time. Once you have sent us the info we will call you back shortly to organise a skype meeting or arrange a meeting if you are based in Cape Town to go over any finer details.



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