FAQ

  • 1.General
  • How much does a web site cost?

    The cost of a successful Website is determined by: a) the amount of information you wish to include in the site; and b) the complexity of the site. This includes things like interactive features, eg: database, e-commerce, ordering, animation, etc.

    Website costs can be broken down into three parts.

    1. Website Construction
    2. Domain Name Registration
    3. Website Hosting
  • How long does it take for a design to be completed?

    The timescale of a project is generally dictated by the client. If you have a deadline in mind we will endeavour to meet it for you. The most common delay in the creation of a site is waiting for content (text/images) to be sent to us by the client.

  • Are your sites mobile-responsive?

    Yes.

  • What do your websites cost?

    Our prices depend on many factors. To get a better idea of the cost of what you need, give us a quick phone call at +91 9999 424 421. We’ll ask a few questions about your project, what features and interactivity you’ll need, who will handle content development, whether or not you’d like to sell online. After this short discussion, We can decide cost. If you’re still interested, we’ll be happy to develop a comprehensive proposal that outlines the scope, process and costs.

  • How does the development process work?

    There are nine steps in our development process

    1. Discovery – If the project is a rebuild, we review your current content and make further recommendations for improvements. If it’s a new site, we start by discussing the subjects and functionality you envisage for your site and develop an outline for you.
    2. Content – you give all text and images.
    3. Preliminary Design – We design a home page including colors, fonts, image style and layout.
    4. Organization – When we have received all content in its final version, we review it to determine the best way to organize the information. The structure of the site is based on this organizational scheme  and must be approved by you.
    5. Design Revision – After reviewing the initial design, you have the opportunity to request changes.
    6. Implementation – Once we’ve received your approval on the design, we move on to implementation. This is where the approved design becomes concrete and where we add site-specific features.
    7. Page Content – When we have all the content that will be included on the site and an approved design, we place all data.
    8. Testing – We run through a final set of tests to be sure that everything is functional. You have an opportunity at this time to test the site as well .
    9. Launch – Once we have your final approval, we launch the site. The marks the end of the project.
  • What if I need more pages created?

    As a customer of ours you have the ability to add additional pages at anytime during the design process or even after the design has been completed and turned over to you. We want to be a design team you can count to be in your corner when you need help. The cost for adding more pages to anyone of our designs for $80 per page.

  • What if I have a website not created from you but need a page added?

    If you have a website not created by our team that’s fine with us. Feel free to contact any of our design coordinators to review your site. The coordinator will review your site and see what your specific needs are quote you based the work required

  • Do I have to purchase a hosting account through you?

    We love to see you hosting your sites with us but its not required at all. Our web design packages are designed to offer you a completely stand alone product then anything else within our company. After your design is completed feel free to host it with any company that you feel matches your needs.

  • How do I update my web site?

    You can use a mixture of methods to update your web site:

    Call or e-mail us to update your website as needed

    Do the simple updates yourself and get us to do the more complicated work.

    Use our admin. system (database and CMS sites) for routine maintenance of your web site.