How often do you land on a well crafted website and guess just how much it probably cost the owner?
Are you able to estimate the pricing of every CTA, logo design, and exit pop-up? Is it a custom design or a template? Did they save money by building it in-house or did they outsource?
If you can create an itemized receipt for a website in one visit and you’re not a developer or designer, we applaud you.
Typically, though, the average person isn’t aware of all the different variables that contribute to the cost of a site. And when you’re preparing to design and develop your own, you’ll definitely want to know how to get the most bang for your buck.
We’ll cover what’s essential to your website and answer some frequently asked questions about website design service costs to get you on your feet. But first we’ll tackle the first real question: why does web design even matter?
Why Website Design Is So Important
Today, if your business isn’t present online, then it basically doesn’t exist to the public. And it’s not enough to have a bare bones website put together with a few text boxes and some generic stock images.
The bar has been raised pretty high in our digital society, especially when it comes to buyers researching businesses they’re interested in purchasing from.
Make a Good First Impression.
Your website is often the first place your audience looks to in order to get a feel of your business and brand. They’ll make most of their judgements based on the look,…