This is a common question and one that we wish we could answer easily. In short, it’s dependant on the type of site you require, the functionality it needs, and the time required to create a look and feel (design) that aligns with your vision. We’ll do everything we can to fit in with your budget. The difference between a website that takes 1 day and a web design that takes 1 week is huge in terms of both the level of detail and the overall quality. It’s also worth keeping in mind that every additional function adds time to the design and development, therefore add’s cost. Like all web design companies we work on an hourly rate and our quotes are calculated on that rate multiplied by how long we estimate the work will take. Once we have determined all your requirements we provide a quote.
As mentioned above this largely depends on how involved the job is, as well as how soon you, as our client, are able to provide us with the information we’ll need to get the site going; copy, supporting information, and pictures. A simple site can be up and running within 1 to 2 weeks. More complex projects will take longer. Once we’ve determined the exact project requirements we’ll provide a defined project timeline. We understand the importance of project deadlines and will always endeavor to meet (and beat) them.
Yes! Our standard sites are built on either the WordPress or Joomla platform. We provide a simple editor that makes updating your website as simple as updating a Word document. Easy!
A big fat yes. Without a doubt. Unlike some other companies, we won’t hold your site to ransom. You’re free to come and go as you like. Our support packs provide ad hoc maintenance, long term SEO solutions, or a simple month by month plan that ensures your site is always running on the latest platform version. It’s our goal to be as flexible as possible to suit the variety of businesses we work with.
Yep. We design websites with all the main search engines in mind – Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc. We optimize each page for your core keywords and register your website with monitoring tools (Google Analytics for example) so that you can view detailed statistics on the visitors to your site. It’s worth remembering however that, if you operate in a competitive space, you may want to consider an SEO strategy.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation. It’s the practice of optimizing your website, your hosting platform, and your other digital channels in order to improve the position of your website on Google. As an example: You run a Carpet Store in Kathmandu called ‘Annapurna Carpets’. Can anyone find your business by searching for ‘carpet store Annapurna’ in Google? Selling carpets is competitive and you can bet that other businesses are fighting to get noticed. A good SEO campaign will push your website above your competitors. The goal is to get to page 1 of Google's search page.
A template design is a pre-made template that usually looks quite good until you insert your brand's identity and content. A custom-designed website is specifically created for your business and always outperforms.
We usually hit the design out the park on the first go, however, it's our policy that we have no limit to design concepts, changes or revisions. We want to make sure you are 100% happy with your new website.
The best way to get started is to give us a call and have a chat about your project. From there we can arrange a free meeting and discuss your project in detail. If you have an existing brief please email us.