What are the main factors that could drive up cost in web design?

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#1

I want to know about the main factors that influence web design cost


#2

What influences me when it comes to cost is the amount of work I have to do i.e. graphic design/editing, special applications and integrations, and how many “dynamic” pages I have to create. There are other factors that depends on a case by case basis. For example, if a client wants a WordPress site and they want to manage it themselves, then an install/testing fee is all I do along with setting up their theme or at least helping them choose one that will best fit their site plans.

If someone wanted something completely custom, well that would be priced by the scope of work.


#3

The four main factors that affecting web design cost are the contents design, domain registration, and hosting.


#4

The answer is in itself the design, the design should be dynamic and unique and try to use javascript to give a better look to web design and there could be more features that can drive up the cost.


#5

If you want a high end website with customized component on each page then you have to take professional service for design and programming., this will obviously cost more than basic websites with less content and simple features.
Interactive website design can be extremely costly, that depends on the functionality you want in your site. If the site has complex custom functionality, like e-commerce, image galleries, sign-up forms, social media integration, mobile versions, etc., then that will also drive up the costs.


#6

Customization – If you want a high end website with customized component on each page then you have to take professional service for design and programming.

Functionality – Interactive website design can either be inexpensive, thanks to modern tools and competition in web design market, or it can be extremely costly. The cost depends on the functionality you want in your site. If the site has complex custom functionality, like e-commerce, image galleries, sign-up forms, social media integration, mobile versions, etc., then that will also drive up the costs.

Content – If the site requires a lot of pages with original content like articles, landing pages, charts, graphs, and original photos, etc then it will need more copy writing and I turn incur most cost. Copy writing ties with search engine optimization to create copy that contains the right keywords and compels your visitors to take action. Free or paid CMS can be placed to edit information on your website without having to edit any of the code or mess with any of the files you already have in place.


#7

I have never used the services of a designer because I know it’s expensive… It’s cheaper to install a new theme. If you are lazy and greedy as I am, I can recommend a good wordpress portfolio themes. Your choice :slight_smile:


#8

Thanks For Valuable information


#9

I’ve gone in and made text changes on my website before. But never tried to swap a photo. So I’m not sure if that’s what you mean.


#10

Closing this thread as it has really low value.