As your business grow, you need someone to maintain and make sure that your website is up and running while you are focusing on the growth of your business. Here are some packages that you can avail to put your mind at ease.
The pricing of the projects is typically estimated as a project-based cost. The project cost will be estimated by the approximate number of hours needed to complete the project. These estimates don’t include fees for domain registration and web hosting.
50% of projected* project cost due at signing of contract, before work begins and to secure your spot on my schedule
25% of projected project cost due at mockup design approval
25% of projected project cost due before the website launches
100% of additional costs (fonts, images, licenses, and anything weu2019ve added to the project) due before website launch
Project adjustment costs
Projected costs are simply that, projected. Your quote is based on the scope of work at the beginning of the project, as well as the timeline outlined. If you wish to add or change the scope of work, and if the timeline changes due to these changes or additions (or lack of response on your part), these costs will be billed as additional and must be paid before website launch.
Sometimes things just simply don’t go the way we expect them to. If, at some point, either of us decides our working relationship is failing, then we can submit the desire to part ways in writing and payment for all work completed at that point will be due. For example, if the website is 75% complete, you will be billed for 75% of the total project cost, and 100% of any additional expenses must be reimbursed.
If the project is cancelled by either of us before completion, you will owe payment based on the amount of work completed. For example, if the work is 75% complete, you will owe 75% of the projected cost, as well as 100% of any additional costs for licenses or work completed.
As a small business owner, I’m sure you understand the need to get paid on time. So we’re both on the same page, I’ve outlined the payment schedule below. If you believe this schedule to be problematic for you, please let me know as soon as possible BEFORE the contract is signed so that we may discuss an alternate schedule.