Elegant, affordable web design for individuals and small businesses
Payment is required before I start creating your site for you.
The prices quoted for business cards, flyers and stationery are for design work and do not include printing costs, though I can offer advice about this process.
The online equivalent of paying rent for shop premises.
A place where the text, images and settings for your website are stored, and which enables internet users to access your website.
Usually a monthly or annual payment.
The online equivalent of hiring a builder or interior designer to kit out your shop.
The person who creates your website, makes it function and look good.
Often a one-off fee for set-up, with the option to pay for further services in the future should you need them.
The online equivalent of a sign for the front of your shop.
The address of your website e.g. www.yourwebsite.co.uk.
Usually renewed every year or every two years.
This price includes:
Visit my portfolio of websites...
Visit my portfolio of flyers...
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I can design your Facebook or Twitter profiles.
I can make any future updates to your site at my hourly rate of £20 (minimum fee £20).
Setting up a website and the different costs involved can seem complicated at first. I am very happy to answer any queries you may have, or to put together a quote for you. Please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, you may find this short guide helpful:
Imagine you want to own a bakery selling fresh bread and cakes.
You would have to rent shop premises...
You would also have to pay for a sign for the outside of your
And you would pay an interior designer to fit
the interior of your