Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How much do you charge per web development project?

A. Every project is different depending on individual needs and goals. As a ballpark price my rates start from $1,000-$3,000 for standard development to upto $10,000 and over for more complex sites.

Q. How long does a website takes to develop?

A. It depends on a lot of things and since every project is different, it can vary. I take 1 month per web development project, so that means for a small to medium sized project the timeframe is between 1 month from start to finish. If you want the process to go smoother, you should have all of your content and design ready for me before we begin.

Q. Do you provide the content for the website?

A. No I don’t offer content writing services at the moment. You have to write your own content or hire a copy-writer for your site. It is recommended that you have at least 75% of your content ready before we start the development process.

Q. Do you provide the design for the website?

A. I am a web developer, my job is to develop a working website from a given design. You have to supply your own design or hire a web designer for this job. You can also have me choose a designer for you and integrate it into the overall development process. I do PSD to WordPress whether it is converting the design into the Genesis Framework or building a WordPress theme from scratch.

Q. Do you require a deposit?

A. I require 50% deposit to schedule your project. You will then have to pay the remaining 50% after I develop the website and send you for review.

Q. How do I pay you?

A. I will send you a digital invoice in which you can make a payment via card, bank transfer or PayPal.

Q. How do I talk to you directly?

A. You can setup a meeting with me via Skype. Please complete the questionnaire here and if everything’s in order, I will schedule a Skype meeting with you.

Q. Do you offer maintenance service or technical support?

A. Yes I do, and we can discuss about it when I send you a proposal.

Do you have any other questions? Please ask that when you request a proposal:

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