That can be a difficult question to answer, and is much like asking, “How much does a house or a car cost?” The answer is that the cost varies depending on the size, layout, level of customization, and functionality.
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We work on both big and small projects, which generally start at $3,500 for basic websites and range upward to $50,000 or more depending on your custom needs.
- Basic Website - a few pages, mostly text & images, and a contact form
- Professional Website - more pages, more interactivity, lead generation forms
- Custom Website - a unique design along with features tailored to the site
- Online Business Website - revenue production via courses, membership or a store
All sites are not the same and require a different amount of effort and skill to produce. Larger sites require a team of developers and designers, photographers, content creators while smaller sites may be achieved with fewer hours and individuals to do the design and technical work.
The time it takes to produce a website depends on the size and complexity of your site and the quality of content that you have ready to go.
Yes it will. All the websites we design work on all devices. Depending on your requirements we can design and develop your site using responsive design so that the site is optimised for mobile devices.
I used to but today my focus in on photography. I can take photos of your products and reccomend some web developers who specialize in ecommerce websites.
I don't specialize in real estate websites because there are some very good companies that offer a better product. Ask me and I'll tell you about the ones I prefer.
I can photograph your professional headshots and website photos for you.
Need a real estate photographer? We've got you covered. We maintain relationships with some of the area's top professionals. We can even recommend someone for drone photography and video.
Chrysti Tovani is the owner, creative director, designer, developer, at Tovani Design. Chrysti will personally manage your project from start to finish. She also maintains great relationships with other professionals and local businesses, who provide collaborative services and support on some projects. Larger projects usually require some extra hands on deck.
In addition to website design, one of our most requested services from new contacts is whether we can refresh a long neglected website or to take an old design and “make it look better”. So, most likely yes… we can refresh it!
Yes! With all of our WP Site Care plans, we will put professional WordPress training videos right into your WordPress dashboard. We're also available for consulting and training.
We sure can. As part of your project, we can set up your accounts, and integrate them with your website so they automatically update when you add a new post. We can provide training and consult on social media strategy, and refer you to our preferred network of digital marketers to manage it for you.
For the most part, we charge by the project. For example, if we estimate that a project will cost $500, that is what it will cost unless the scope of the project changes. This allows us to focus the best solution for your project without watching the clock and saves our clients from any unpleasant surprises when it’s time for invoicing. If the scope of the project changes we’ll make sure to give you a heads up before incurring additional costs. For smaller one-off tasks, we may charge hourly instead.
If you're looking for ongoing website management, check out our Website Care Plans. Some of our plans included unlimited small tasks and discounted development prices.
We know from experience what you're site will need and we've come up with affordable options to help you maintain your online presence.
You can’t afford to NOT have a website. If you own a business you need a decent website. The majority of your potential customers search for everything online. If you're not showing up in the search engines, you don't exist.
You can't rely on your listings on Google, Facebook, Yelp, etc., to accurately tell your customers what they need to know. You do not have complete control over your content on those sites.
What if you invested your time and effort into building a facebook following and then one day, poof; your facebook page is shut down? How would you get in touch with your audience then? All of your content, everything would be gone forever.
Social media is meant to attract customers to your website so they'll do business with you.
If you don't have a website, we can help you get started. If you need a refresh of your old site, get in touch with us and we may be able to fix it.
We don’t directly write your content, however, if you need help with this we can put you in contact with a copywriter who specializes in writing content for the web.
We offer a full range of graphic design services for print and digital media, however, logos are not our specialty. We focus on what we're good at. If you need someone to create a logo for you, we have relationships with several graphic designers who specialize in logo design. Ideally, we love to work with clients on their website, social media, print materials, marketing and advertising to make sure that everything fits with their brand, looks professional, and meets their overall strategy and goals.
A domain name is your address on the internet. Typically this would be something like yourcompany.com
Web hosting is a service that allows your website to be viewed on the Internet. It’s basically a computer housed in a data center that runs your website and email.
Not necessarily. If you don't have a domain name yet, we can assist you with registering one.If you have your domain name, great!
Note: We don't support hosting with Network Solutions and this is unlikely to change unless they change the way their service works. We have found that they don't work with our developer tools or our process.
Some organizations think they can get by with just a Facebook page and don't pay much attention to their website (if they have one at all). It's obvious they don't consider their site important or they are not up to date with new technology. If they don't take their website seriously, what kind of message does that give their audience?
A Facebook page is meant to work with a website, not replace it. It's risking all of the hard work and efforts by entrusting the organization's content in something they have absolutely no control over.
If someone in the organization posts something that gets flagged Facebook could shut down their page and all content, all connections would be gone.
On a self-hosted website, visitors arrive on pages that encourage them to purchase something or sign up for updates using an email list. Content on the website is saved and backed up on the website forever or until the user decides to remove it.
Your website is your online storefront. You can use your website to brand your business and reach the people who will use your products or services. Today, it's normal to have a website for your business. It's more than a brochure and more than a place to get simple directions or a phone number. It's effective in building a reputation and trust in your brand.
People are either engaging with your brand online or you don't exist in that space.
Ignoring or refusing to use innovative and proven ways to connect and engage with your target audience may result in them forgetting about what your business or organization has to offer. An ostrich can put his head in a hole, but it doesn't stop the world from evolving.
Even if you don't want to. Your competitor is building a brand reputation online remaining relevant and visible.
Having a professional website is a powerful differentiator for your company. It proves that you take your business seriously. You understand that present day innovation is effective and important. You offer confidence to your audience that you're a genuine business and that you have expertise and skills as demonstrated by the content on your website.
People buy from those they know, like and trust.
Your website is the center of all your marketing efforts. Every social media post should lead back to your website. Content that your audience wants to read, engage with and share on social media, should be on your site.
A social media account doesn't belong to you. It could get shut down for any reason and you would lose all of your content and contacts if that is the only place you have been building your audience. Think about that. You own your website and the database you build from it. Now, tell me. Is you website valuable?
You'll get more customers
By having a site set-up effectively, with the things it needs: a great landing page, an about page that clarifies your story, and an email sign up form, you'll be able to deliver information to your target audience quicker and easier.
Most people use Google to search for what they want before they leave the house.
If you have filled your website with the right content. Individuals looking for specific terms will find you and your business. The more relevant content you have, the more possibilities you have for attracting visitors.
Your competitors have a website.
Even if you prefer not to. You need to. Otherwise, when someone searches for a business like yours, they'll discover theirs and not yours.