We are a start-up, can you help us?
Yay, we’d love to!
If you’ve only gotten as far as an idea, then we can work out what you will need, who you should contact and an idea of how much it will cost.
If you need logos and branding, we have some great partners who can give your idea an identity. If you’ve already got the branding and documentation sorted, then we can get cracking right away on your new website.
What sort of information do you need from us?
We really like for you to tell us about your business in your own words and we know all the right questions to ask when we have a chat to ensure we are painting the right picture.
If you have a logo and some images – great! If you don’t, not a problem – we can help with that!
We will talk you through the types of written content that will be required for your site. If you require the services of a copywriter, we can make some recommendations.
How do you charge?
For projects like a new website or redesign, we generally charge a set fee for the entire project with a scope of works of what is included and other additional services available, so you know how much you will be paying.
For ongoing maintenance, advertising, updates, content, support or infrequent work we typically charge this at an hourly rate.
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, PayPal and Bank Deposit.
Payment terms, deposits & progress payments are all included in our quotes and a link to pay with credit/debit card or PayPal is included on all our invoices
How much does a website cost?
It’s hard to know until we have a chat about what it is that you are trying to achieve, scope out your competitors and explore the ways that we can make your site stand out and your business work more productively.
We typically work on projects between $2000 and $30,000, but we do have a fantastic partner for more simple landing page & basic brochure styled websites.
I've heard of things like Wix, can’t I do all this myself?
Someone once told me “if you think it’s expensive to hire a professional, wait til you hire an amateur”.
DIY website builders typically don’t have the features that you will need to really succeed online and can be quite difficult to search engines to find. They can also be quite limiting in design and structure and when it does come time to take it to the next level, you will need to start all over again with a different system, you can’t simply add to or build upon it.