FAQ

What is your process for branding and making websites?
We like to involve you as much as possible to make sure you’re 110% happy with your branding and website. We start with an initial call, then create a proposal, get to know you better over a casual kick-off meeting. We then design, code, QA, and launch. Read more about our process to get a good idea of what to expect.
How much will my website cost?
We work with different kinds of clients and all kinds of budgets. The cost of your site is based on the scope of the project. It’s best to share your budget with us up front, this allows us to come up with the best plan that can fit your budget or suggest a phased approach to work on your project as your business grows. Our small business sites start at $4,000 (that does not include branding).
How long does it take to make a website?
It depends on the scope. Most simple sites take roughly 4-8 weeks. If you have a specific date you need to launch by, we can try to work around that (as long as it’s reasonable!).
Do I need a content management system?
90% of the sites we make use WordPress as their content management system. We recommend a CMS even for simple sites because a site’s success normally depends on it having fresh changing content.
Which server do you recommend?
We’ve had great experiences working with MediaTemple for several years. Head over to our server recommendation page to get step-by-step instructions on how to sign up.
Which store package do you recommend?
We suggest Shopify for selling online. They have an easy to use system that we can easily customize, they also make it easy for you to sell in person using your phone or tablet.
Do you optimize sites for search engines?
We use best practices to get your site ranked highly on Google. There are also many things that you can do to improve your ranking. Read more about how we work to improve the google ranking of every site we make.
What browsers do you support?
We currently support all modern browsers including Firefox (mac & PC), Chrome (mac & PC), Safari (mac), Internet Explorer 9 (PC). If you need to support a specific outdated browser not listed here we can do so at an additional fee.
Are your websites accessible to people with handycaps?
We try hard to stay on top of accessibility best practices and our website framework was built with accessibility in mind. Some projects (such as government sites) need to be compliant with certain accessibility specs. If you have any specific requirements on your project please let us know as we’d need to work that extra work into the estimate.
What system should I use for event registration
We recommend Eventbrite Not only is their system really easy to use, it’s also used by a ton of people to find events, so besides being able to publicize the events on your site, you should get better exposure through their system.

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