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Frequently Asked Question
How does the website redesign process work?
Your project will start off with Kick-Off meeting. This is where you meet with me, Content Director, and Designer(s). At this meeting, we will talk through the scope of work, goals, and have an in-depth design discussion.
After the Kick-Off meeting your Designer will begin work – either a logo, mood board or homepage. From there, we will work through the design of the site before gathering content.
Our Content Director will guide you through the content gathering process based off of your designs.
Once your site is developed, I will train you on how to update your new website!
How much does a website cost?
Throughout your relationship with me, I will be constantly gathering information about your project to provide the most accurate estimate for your project. The cost depends on how many pages the website will have, the amount of time used to design and custom develop your project. We offer business-specific products to help keep the cost as minimal as possible, but custom design and/or development work is billed accordingly. We’re happy to figure out the best plan to make your website work for you!
What will my website be built on?
We build all of our websites on wordpress. This allows you to make updates to your site without having to know any sort of coding language.
Depending on your business needs, we will make a recommendation for what will fit your needs best. Most of our clients tend to have websites built on WordPress because it’s a powerful yet extremely easy to use platform for our users. It ties in with many eCommerce systems as well to give you a full marketing platform.
Will you train me on how to use my website?
I will walk through training on how to use your site as we approach launch. We wait until your site is almost complete so that you can learn to use the WordPress and make updates on the backend of your actual website! We’ll also record this training so you can see it in the future.
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