Using the services of a web designer to help get your online shop or website live and looking great is a smart decision. Both Andrew Johnson of Fury and Mark Smith of WebAdvantage are highly regarded professional web designers who can provide you with a top quality website you will be proud of.
We have listed web design cost estimates for three different eCommerce scenarios, the common exclusions within a standard web design package, and a checklist of information and files you will need to have organised before approaching your chosen web designer.
The cost of professional web design will vary depending upon your requirements, with a basic no frills website or eCommerce store starting from around $500 +GST to a fully bespoke website or eCommerce store with basic HTML coding required at about $1500 +GST. To help you understand what types of web design work you could expect, we've listed three different estimated web design budgets to compare.
Our SEO guru will research and optimise your website to get a better position on popular search engines like Google.
Our expert eCommerce guru will spend 1 hour with you via Zoom to review your checkout configuration and inventory considerations, and make suggestions for improvement.
Our minimum fee is usually applied for customising a single element using stylesheets, or jQuery.
Our standard hourly rate for web design is $120+gst
Our standard hourly rate for custom programming / development is $150+gst
Prices exclude GST for NZD. Prices are correct for NZD, AUD. Discounts will be applied for USD, EUR and GBP to reflect the exchange rate.
In order to begin to plan and then undertake your website design job, your chosen web designer needs certain information and files from you first. As this is a general checklist, not every business will need all of these items or information.
The role of a web designer is to create a website that is functional and meets the design and branding requirements of the website owner. However a web designer does not usually provide the photos, logo, content and other resources needed for that website; that's the job of the owner. While some web designers can assist with the sourcing of the below items upon request and for an additional cost, the general exclusions of a web design include: