A much over used answer is ‘how long is a piece of string’. But that is not very useful if you are just trying to get your head around how much a website should cost. So we have produced this virtual piece of string to explain the various price points and what you may expect.
Of course you can just contact us and ask!
£99 – £199 : Simple Static Site
It is possible to have a decent simple static site in this price range. By a static site this means changing the content is not easy and you would either need to pay for changes or learn some basic technical skills. You would also be expected to provide your own images and text content.Read more
£200 – £399 : Entry Level Content Management
By a Content Management System ( CMS ) we mean a website that you can add images and text too without and particular technical skills ( you still need to know the basics of using a computer! ), the most common use is to have blog as part of your website. We…Read more
£400 – £999 : Minimal Design and Features
In this price bracket you can expect a WordPress CMS and in additional some minimal custom design. This may include help with logos and colour scheme and taking a standard theme and applying minor customisation. These customisation will help you look more unique.Read more
£1000 – £1,999 : Some design & features & content
At this level, you would expect to get a CMS, and also have some level of design input ( though limited ) and some additional features. Also, you could get content written and optimised for SEO, as well as be provided with ‘stock’ images.Read more
£2,000 – £4,999 : Custom design or complex features
In this price range you will be getting either a custom design built for your CMS from first design principals based on your branding. You may even get some branding design consultancy too – OR – you may get some complex functionality, such as e-commerce, paid membership sites, complex directories. You also may get content produced or optimised for SEO for you.Read more
£5,000 – £1Million+ : Everything you want
Once you get above £5,000 what you get is far from easy to describe and what makes one site worth £20,000 and another £50,000 is a fine line. At this level you may expect a small team of different skills and a project manager to pull it all together.Read more