This is the classic question every web designer dreads. It's like asking how much a car should cost, or how much it costs to plan a wedding. The answer really depends on the details, so providing a straight answer isn't easy. Still, if we assume the website will be 10-20 pages with a contact form and content management system, the website will take 40-60 hours to build. So a typical website like this will cost...
Even if a web designer's price is perfect, they may not be the perfect choice to design your website. When choosing a web designer money is important, but equally important is making sure you're comparing apples to apples, and you understand what you're paying for.
Sometimes there's a huge gap between the lowest and highest web design quote you receive. Why is one offering a website for $800 and another is asking $10,000? Is the low price a mistake, or is the high price a scam?
The price for a new web design is linked to the amount of time needed to build your website, and the web designer's hourly rates. Let's talk briefly about the factors that determine web design pricing and how each factor can affect the amount of time a web designer spends creating your website.