Hourly rates reward incompetence.
We believe in pricing your development project before we start to work; then sticking to that estimate. Upfront pricing rewards us for being efficient and delivering your job on time.
Other developers love hourly rates. Why?
Because they can get away with drawing out a project over a long time. It’s the exact kind of incentive you don’t want to offer.
We’re fast and good, so we can get the job done much quicker and better than a beginner who will take three times as long because he’s learning while you’re paying.
Our clear communication and perfect English also means that we don’t waste time going in the wrong direction because we didn’t understand what you said.
Don’t reward incompetence because of deceptively low hourly rates. In the end, you always have to pay more.
You need to know what the job will cost so you can plan ahead. you don’t need an hourly rate. You need the total cost of the investment. That’s how business works. That’s what your company needs to grow.
Getting your specifications clear is the key to upfront pricing.
Before we start your project, we’ll work with you to define the scope of your needs. By making sure we cross all the “T”s and dot the “I”s, we’re able to arrive at the final price of your job. As long as there is no modification to the project, that’s the price you pay. If you find that you want new features mid-project, we’ll discuss it with you and revise your estimate. You’re always in control of what you pay.
We price each job individually, but you’re probably looking for a price range now.
Here are some typical prices we’ve charged on past projects.
- Simple WordPress Site Deployment: $500-$1,000
- Custom WordPress Theme: $3,000-$6,000
- Custom WordPress Website: $6,000-$15,000 (for development, with custom plugin functionality.)
- Custom WordPress eCommerce Site: $6,000-$20,000+
- Custom WordPress Web App: $15,000-$60,000+
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