Resources

Websites

This section provides Websites, Forms and Documents and FAQs that can you help you to proceed with the project. Please feel fee to go over these and send us a message if you have questions.

Font Library

Image Libraries

Color Generators

Hosting Services

Documents Needed

Forms & Documents

This section provides commonly asked questions on how are we going to proceed with the project. Please feel fee to go over these and click the Contact Us button if there is a concern that has not been addressed.

Frequently Asked Questions

This section provides commonly asked questions on how are we going to proceed with the project. Please feel fee to go over these and click the Contact Us button if there is a concern that has not been addressed.

It depends on a few factors: schedule openings, complexity, and your response time. Most website builds are scheduled to begin approximately two months after first contact. This allows time for you to complete any text copy, take any new photos, and do the homework required for me to create your site. The complexity of your website is another factor, while some sites can be completed in as little as a month, others (especially e commerce or membership sites) can take as long as three to four months to fully plan and construct. I’ll give you a better timeline quote during our strategy session. The final factor is your response time. During the project you will need to respond as quickly as possible to my questions and provide feedback. Delays in your responses will result in a delay in the launch of the website and may increase the overall cost of the project. If you have any vacations or offline time planned during the time we’re supposed to be working on your website, please let me know before you sign the contract so I may alter the timeline accordingly.

In general, most custom websites start at PhP 15,000 (Philippine Peso) and go up in price based on a few factors: complexity, scope, and timeline. More complex sites cost more money as there is more work and knowledge involved in building them. Complexity also applies to strategy—a design that looks simple for a site that has a complex sales funnel costs more than a site with no sales funnel. The scope of work also affects the overall price. The price quoted at the beginning of the project may not be the final price as changes to the scope of work (adding, removing or changing features) may result in the final project cost changing. Finally, the timeline affects the price. The price quoted is based in part on the amount of time I believe the project will take to complete. Delays due to failure on your part to provide content or feedback may result in a “holding fee” for each week the project extends past the timeline. If you have a tight deadline, a “rush fee” may be charged to complete the project in time.

You can provide your content via email, Google Drive or
simply through your old website. If you need help with this, let me know! I can help!

I will provide you with a draft of the website so that you have an idea what it looks like. If you don’t like the first draft, you can send it back to me so that I could work on the revision.  I will provide up to  5 revisions of the layout/concept of the website. Once, the website is started, any changes that are not agreed upon might have an additional charge.