Web Design and Development from T.A. Garrison, LLC since 2000 has endured the test of time and COVID-19. At a time when we have to "stay-at-home", consider this an opportunity to address some projects for which you hadn't had time previously. Update your site, or do a complete "overhaul" with an independent professional telecommuting. Or, create a new Web site for your business due to closing your "brick-and-mortar" storefront.
I'm not some entity that had to lay off workers or close my doors. I'm open to address everything about your project - including what is best for you and your site.
Dealing on a daily basis with the virus (and everything associated), TAG would like you to know that when it comes to your personal or business Web site, your needs "will" be met in a very timely fashion without complications. Make those changes to your site now and prepare your business / Web site for the near future.
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I will defer the costs of developing your Web site for 6 months*.
Inside you will find a few previous projects, pricing, outlines of services and a method allowing you to get an idea of what "your" project will cost. You should be well-informed before you begin paying for any services to create, troubleshoot or redevelop your Web site.
Content Management System (CMS) Professional
What does it cost in 2020 to have a Web site designed, developed, updated or fixed?
My hourly rate is $60. Much of the work I provide is done at a much faster rate then the average developer charging a great deal less per hour. The difference is in the experience and techniques learned in more than 20 years. Therefore, when you are provided a much cheaper rate, you will most likely end up with a lot higher total price due to the time it takes the developer, and, you will pay for the developer to investigate or "figure out" how to do something. I don't work that way.
When I invoice a client, my time is only documented when I'm literally applying code or designs. I do NOT charge for learning something, looking up "how to" or other such things that you most certainly pay for from other developers and companies.
There are a lot of things to consider when deciding "how much" you should consider paying a developer. But if you work with those "off-shore" for $20 per hour (or less), you have no recourse if something goes wrong, or the project is never completed and you paid more than 50% up-front.
Gone are the days of $200 Web sites. Today, you should plan on about $1,500.00 for a custom designed site. That's about 25 hours of work. That's really not much time either. Often times a developer will spend weeks developing a site because there are a lot of questions to be answered by the site owner who may not be able to communicate as often as the developer has questions.
Whether you purchase a template for me to install or have me create a custom template for you, that is the basis today for most Web sites - installing or creating a template. If you prefer to purchase a template, be sure you know that the template is simple to edit. If it's not, that will be a great deal of time and money to edit.
If you prefer that I design a template for you, please be aware that your input will be necessary and you should avail yourself in order that the development will take little time.
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