1: Everybody wants to know what it’s going to cost.

Websites used to be expensive, and seemed to get more expensive as a project moves along.  We have solved this be providing up-front pricing, and we will never ask you for more money on a project.

2. Requirements aren’t clearly defined.

Requirements for a web design project are what drives what the finished project will look like.  By working with you to clearly define these up front, we save the frustrations of managing change down the road.

If you’ve hired a company for web work in the past 15 years, you’ve probably learned that you need to be extremely specific and detailed about what the finished site needs to look like, and how it needs to operate. The overall cost of the project can change substantially based on seemingly minor requirements that end up making some existing platform a bad choice.

3. It takes FOREVER to launch the new site.

Once you’ve decided to create a new web site, identified the requirements, gotten the vendor all lined up and started, something funny happens. The developer… disappears. Off the face of the planet. You, as the customer, have no idea what happened. Two or three weeks later, you decide to call, and they’ve done part of it—but had other clients asking for work and so they haven’t gotten to it yet. Two months later, they’ve gotten close, and there is something to look at, but it still needs a lot of polish. So the hard-core back-and-forth starts happening. We work to accurately manage your website in a timely manner – and get you to the finish line as expected.

We also rely on preconfigured software to help the build, therefore reducing the time needed to build.  Why reinvent the wheel when you don’t have to?

4: A site is never really done when it’s launched.

You got the site launched, but it’s not perfect. You’re mostly happy with it, but there’s a couple more things you’d like it to do, and you’re done with the developer.

The launch of a new web site is a big milestone, for sure. But you don’t get all your customers or all of your site visitors on the first day the site is launched—you’re going to get far more of them over time. No matter how meticulous you are, no matter much time you’ve spent painting your shop, arranging your merchandise, setting everything up, your opening day is just one day.

Our focus in on getting your website live, and providing the resources needed to keep it growing

 

 

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