How Do Prices Compare to Traditional Web Design?

We have made it very affordable to have a professional-looking web site created, that you can add to easily. And, without paying literally thousands of dollars for a static site built from scratch that you have to pay someone to update.

Here are some recent examples of traditional* web design:

  • One recent website we did, with about a dozen product lines, came in just under $12,000, with an additional $15,000 for the e-commerce (order online) catalog capability. Additions and updates incur additional charges, each time changes are made.
  • We did a set of two responsive Dreamweaver templates for another company recently. The webmaster there does not write any code, but he is fairly good with Dreamweaver, and he adds content and changes things on the company website almost daily. These versatile templates allowed him to build the site pages he needed, as he needed them. All content material, including images, were supplied by our client. The two templates came in just under $3000. Again, this was for templates only; he built all the website pages from the templates provided.
  • For yet another site, and this is bares bones stuff, we were asked to come up with a site design with just a basic build. Two very simple templates, one for a home page and one for subsequent pages. $1800.

So, to have a fully functional web site, with the capability of making your own changes with ease, for a few hundred bucks, is an absolute STEAL!

This is a perfect solution for a smaller operation or an individual needing a web presence. It is also a good solution for small operations that do not have the budget for continually paying a developer to update or add to their website.

*Also referred to as conventional web design.

About the Author

Linda Carruth is an illustrator and designer who enjoys creating new art, amateur photography, and riding her motorcycle. Her professional work can be seen at her company site, Her motorcycle, humorous, and motivational designs are available at,, and at Home decor and fine art items can be purchased at Carruth Creative Art & Gifts and on Fine Art America.