Discussion in 'Web Design' started by Ekszdr, Sep 8, 2012.
Making professional websites,how much is the price?
It depends on many factors, such as how big the website is, how much time needed to finish it, if it involves programming etc.
It totally depends on your site and the structure of your site. What type of tool you use and how is condition of the design.
You should provide really more info...
Price depends on:
1) designer rate - evryone have different rates
2) how complex design you want - it's not the same if you need minimal design
3) how large website you need - 1 page like landing pagw, 5 pages, 30+ pages... etc
4) do you need only html/css/jquery or some php programming, custom CMS perhaps
5) what type of logo, brandable, printable, or just some web logo for site
There is probably more but I can't think about it right now
It depends on the what type of site you are creating and what is the mechanism of the site.
It comes down to what feature you want and what kind of website you wanted.
It depends on the designer, you can find good web designers on freelance sites.
You are looking at min of $99 when you use the word "professional"
Well, as already mentioned, there's no one-size-fits-all when it comes to website development.
What if you only need a static 5 page professional looking website?.
Or maybe you need a database backed, php driven enterprise website that tracks multiple items/variables from different branches?.
Also, does the client have a well rounded corporate image/brand? if not, will it also be created from scratch? adjusted?.
As an example, a while back I needed to develop a very specific website. Think Auto Classifieds (not really, but close). I bought a ready-made system as a base. The developer's license was $600.00 (way cheaper than developing from scratch). After all functionality was added, tweaked and/or optimized, and design re-worked, the whole thing ran about $7000.00. Still well below the client's budget.
Does it mean a professional website runs $7K? no. But it did in this instance. You can go way higher, or you can go lower.
You can get a professional-looking website from $50-$150, no doubt. It all boils down to the specific needs for the project.
Just get a template from ThemeForest.
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