course websites range in price depending on the extent of the
site (number of pages) and extent of design (is there flash?).
Here is a breakdown of how I come up with pricing.
|:::| $400 if containing Flash Splash
Secondary Pages: $50
per page |:::|
included: roll-over images, CSS style sheets, meta tags,
search engine submission
Other Features: $50
per feature |:::|
features include : Message Board, Perl Mailto Form, Guestbook,
E-commerce setup, additional Flash animation/navigation
average design company here in Jacksonville (it's more if your
not from the south) charges about $1200 for a basic website package
which contains 10 pages. The same site would only cost you $650
with me, and since I charge by the page instead of in block packages
like most places, your only charged for what you use. Many online
companies are offering template website design for around the
same price as my custom design, which would you prefer?
Design is charged hourly for design and per scan for scanning.
Clients are encouraged to provide as much of their art in digital
format as possible and all text prepared ahead of time. Acceptable
text formats are Microsoft Word (.doc) and Rich Text Format (.rtf).
$30 per hour |:::|
most shops charge $50-$60 and I am notorious for undercharging
Scanning: $5 per
per hour + film and development costs
|:::| I have a 4-year degree in Photojournalism
give you an idea of hourly rates, I estimate that I spent about
three (3) hours designing Basics
to a Worldclass Golfswing (a video cover), as seen on my portfolio