Pricing Structure

We strive to make our services accessible to a wide range of businesses. To do this, we minimize the upfront investment by partially amortizing over a term of 24 months. This helps avoid five-figure price tags while still providing you top-notch service and development. The tables below outline the general monthly costs and what each level includes.

Upfront Pricing

A variable upfront payment is required as a deposit. This ensures mutual dedication to the project and acts as a downpayment on the entire cost. Since every business has different needs, the upfront cost may vary based on any number of factors including:

Generally, the upfront cost price will range from $1,000 or less for something like a simple text-based blog, to $5,000 or more for a full e-commerce site. This price will be determined while the project requirements are being outlined and will not change after the project starts.

Monthly Pricing

The monthly pricing is generally set at the prices in the tables above, and will not change during the length of the contract. This price does not include things like post-delivery redesigns, adding new pages, or other one-off projects. These are included in the hourly rate below.

Hourly Rate

Sometimes you realize that your blog would look better with a page dedicated to pictures of your cat, or an online shop for your handmade mittens. For one-off major changes outside the scope of your plan, we charge an hourly rate of $68.50/hr. Please keep in mind that a change to a different platform (like adding an online storefront) will change you to the corresponding monthly rate.

Which Plan Is Right For Me?

Click on the dropdown below that best matches your site for help deciding which plan would work best for your needs.

Personal Site or Blog The blog plan should work unless you want to include an online storefront or a forum, in which case you will likely need the e-commerce or business tier respectively. If you have a large site (more than 10 pages, not including posts) then you will need the business plan.
Online Store Any storefront capabilities require the e-commerce tier.
Resturant Business tier is for you, unless you wanted an online checkout, in which case you will need the e-commerce tier.
Gym Business tier is for you, unless you wanted an online storefront, in which case you will need the e-commerce tier.
Plumber/Painter/Handyman The Business tier will work best for you.
Lawfirm The business tier will work best for you.
Other Business A general rule of thumb is if you have only a couple pages and you want to start a blog or personal site, the blog tier is best unless its very large in which case you will need the business tier. If you are a small or medium business, you will need the business tier. If you want any sort of purchase or other storefront capabilities, the e-commerce tier is the only option.