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Web Design Question........

Discussion in 'Computers, Home Theater & Technology' started by WyoBuckeye, Mar 25, 2007.

  1. WyoBuckeye

    WyoBuckeye Freshman

    I have been approached by a high end web design firm to design a fully loaded web site for my company. It is something I want to do, but I have some reservations becuase the cost seems to be high. So a question for the web design savy, what is a ballpark figure for high-end web design? These guys are talking in the range of $15k. This sounds very high to me. Although, I am not reallly sure what is normal. They are offering a lot in the package including hosting, maintenance, interactivity, promotion, etc. It seems like the full package. Is $15K normal or are they going way high on this?
     
  2. Taosman

    Taosman Flatten the Curve

    My source says that's about right!
    Sorry!
    Make sure you get EVERYTHING written on paper.
     
  3. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    How big is your company and what sort of web stuff will you have, i.e., sales and inventory, databases, etc.? If they're hosting it (you have no cash outlay on servers, etc.) and your business if fairly big (and you expect a lot of web business), then $15k is not bad at all. It's a lot cheaper than hiring a full-time web guy on your own (not to mention the costs of servers, domain, and connectivity). Will they be on "contract" to make updates and page changes?
     

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