Potential Client

Let’s see if we’re a good fit!

First off, why and how we’re different.

 

We’re not a typical churn and burn, one and done design agency. We’re a dedicated, long-term partner in building, maintaining and growing your web presence.

We offer a personalized, engaging and empowering design experience for small to medium sized businesses who want to stand out from the crowd, convert more customers and blow away their competition.

Our Price Ranges

The question “How much is a website?” can only be answered once the details are in place and after both parties understand the scope of the project. The big thing to remember here is that a professionally designed website is an investment, not a cost. Sounds like a cheesy tagline I know but for many of our clients, the websites we build are the lifeblood of their business and can be yours too.

Our website pricing generally falls into 3 ranges/starting points:

Small Site

Starting at $1,997

This is our starting point and generally covers your average or smaller brochure/information based websites (up to 5-10 pages) that may include a blog or basic plugins but don’t have too much complex functionality.

Medium Site

Starting at $2,997

This range includes portfolio or more customer engaging based sites that are generally 11-25 pages with some advanced functionality like blogging, project galleries, calendars, events, quote forms, etc.

Large Site

Starting at $3,997

This range includes larger sites (generally 30+ pages) that require more extensive design and development, functionality, template creations, training and e-commerce/online stores, membership or interactive customer solutions, etc.

This web designer is freak’n awesome. Obviously they’ve gone through Josh’s business course because they made the process seamless from start to finish!

Client 1

This web designer is freak’n awesome. Obviously they’ve gone through Josh’s business course because they made the process seamless from start to finish!

Client 2

This web designer is freak’n awesome. Obviously they’ve gone through Josh’s business course because they made the process seamless from start to finish!

Client 3

Ready to Get Started on a Project? Or Have Some Questions?

Oh No!

A few months ago, I was messing with things on one of our websites when I got a glorious error message:

"Remote Gateway 502 on the D-server minus 000111110000 coding malfunction on the yadeeyadeeyada server of death...."

The page wouldn't load. I tried to refresh.  Still nothing. The internet was working just fine so I was scratching my head, trying to figure out what on earth the problem was. Our site assistant wrote me:  "Something's up with the site.  It's like the site's just GONE, annihilated, destroyed, wiped out, exterminated... or something." My pastor called and confirmed the worst.  The server we had had both of our websites on -- one with hundreds of hours of content -- had spontaneously gone dark.

The hosting company had simply quit the business.

Yeah. I posted a "Woe is us" message on Facebook so my friends could weep and wail with us (and send chocolate). Justin saw my post and immediately offered to help. And let me just tell you... When I thought we were toast and going to have to start from scratch with our sites,

Justin took over and recovered almost EVERYTHING.

He knew where these magical internet archives were online with little fairies that flutter around every night saving everything you ever put on your sites... and how to get content from the magical internet archives back on our sites where we all can appreciate that content a bit more.

Sometimes I'd be up at 1:00 a.m. seeing that he had just sent an email -- asking which pics I liked or how I wanted this or that. Yes, he was up working that late -- fixing all our problems. Making all our dreams come true.

The guy is a WORK HORSE.

He gets the job done, and he stays on task until it's done right. Not only did he recover both of our sites, but he's established a good backup program so we never. have. this. happen. again. #Genius

You should hire him.

and you should send chocolate. And probably like a Christmas bonus too. 'Nuff said.

-Christina Haarhoff