Cheap website design - is it worth it?
Cheap. It can be a dirty word, but it's also a price level us kiwis all hunt around for daily. When it comes to a service, does cheap mean any worse quality? It's a question that is definitely worth asking - in any product you purchase.
In our mind, the answer to that question lies behind the product or service. If you are purchasing clothing for example, and it is made by the same people, in the same design, just without a fancy label - you'd certainly jump on board and know the lower price was a great deal. When it comes to website design, the same thought process should take place. Why is this company able to offer cheap website design? In our industry, you're largely paying for one of a number of things:
The difference between a $1,200 website and $12,000 website will largely fall into one of those categories. If you've got a highly complex development that needs lots of smart software developer hours, then that will bump the price up. But if you're just looking at a reasonably standard informational website, then you really shouldn't be paying an absolute arm and a leg. Just as an example, let's have a look at how 543 gets to our 'cheap' website design prices:
Personally, we always try to steer clear of that phrase 'cheap web design'. Why? Because the quality of our websites isn't cheap, the result doesn't look cheap, and our clients certainly aren't cheap. Rather, we'd like to think we are the smarter choice. Affordable, friendly, New Zealand web design that gives your company the internet presence it deserves.