Major Web Design Pricing Table

(no hidden charges)

 

* ‘from’ price indicated is the normal price for this package, and would be the cost for around 80% of websites built within these packages. The cost of these packages will only increase if specialised features & services are required.

No Hidden Charges:

Year 2 onwards:

Maintenance, SSL Certificate, Domain Renewal and Hosting fees:

One Page Website:

£80 yearly fee (or £8 per month via DD), which includes all services and features listed in the initial plan.

Informational/Small Business Website:

£90 yearly fee (or £9 per month via DD), which includes all services and features listed in the initial plan.

Business Corporate Website:

£100 yearly fee (or £10 per month via DD), which includes all services and features listed in the initial plan.

Ecommerce Website:

£120 yearly fee (or £12 per month via DD), which includes all services and features listed in the initial plan.

GRAPHIC DESIGN
£25 per hour

Logo Design
Leaflet Design
Business Cards
Poster Design
Sign & Banner Design
* printing costs extra

PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES
£25 per hour

Pricing Explained

Most of my prospective customers have a budget in mind. There might be a little flexibility in my prices, but I have no wish to persuade customers to pay way more than they intended. Therefore, I list my prices on my website. I prefer to be affordable, as opposed to cheap. There are many cheap website builders on the internet; I am sure you have seen them.

Most prospective customers have done some research on price before they consider getting a website from me. Why would I hide my prices? Moreover, why would my competitors hide theirs?

My competitors probably know my prices anyway. If I wanted to find out how much a competitor charged, I would get a friend to pose as a prospective customer to get a quote. I don’t do this. I cannot charge less for what I provide, so for that reason I am not worried about what my competitors charge for a similar service.

I prefer to be upfront about my prices because I want to attract serious customers. I price each package on what it actually costs me in time, expenditure and resources.

If you own a business, of any size, you need a website.

You simply cannot afford to waste money on a “bargain” web designer. You have to do your homework and budget accordingly to get the best web designer you can afford for your needs. That means that a £50 website will not be your best bet, but that does not mean that your website has to cost more than a few hundred pounds, and definitely not £1,000. Unless it requires complex animations and bespoke interactive functionality.