Think about this: You just met a potential partner and everything looks great. You are ready to sign a contract with him and then he invites you to his office which is in a rusty container under a bridge! It certainly makes you think about continuing to work with him as it makes you think negatively, doesn’t it? Well, that’s how your customers, or potential investors, feel when they get to a bad or an obsolete website. I’m sure you would like to give them a different idea of what your business is, you want a stylish and easy to use the website to get them excited to work with you.
But how much will it really cost you?
Considering that 75% of users judge a company’s reliability based on its website design, an investment in designing and developing a better website almost always pays off. The problem is finding the right website design and developing price to fit your budget.
In this article, we talk directly and honestly about the cost of designing and building websites. We will explain what you can get with the budget that you have and what to expect so that you do not change your mind soon.
Websites that provide ready-made Templates
The first and perhaps most important thought when discussing the cost of website design and development is that it must be fully scalable. Through platforms, you could get & manage a website very cheaply, but would it be beautiful? (or worse, usable). Will it be tailored to your needs and the needs of your business? The most likely answer is NO.
The safe choice of website design & development
What often happens is the design and development of a website, to be undertaken by a Web Design Agency, so the cost of designing and developing your website, depending on the quality of the final product will be clearly higher than what you will find in various ready platforms. The result will be tailor-made for you and this will satisfy you not only aesthetically but also in a number of issues that will determine whether your Website will sell or not. Some of the important ones are the following:
User Interface Design (UI) : The UI is the acronym for User Interface. The UI starts where the user experience (UX) leaves. While UX designers are heavily involved in most applications, the UI comes to the backend, taking the wireframes and strategy and bringing them live. The UI focuses on the aesthetics of a design. It is the responsibility of the UI designer to be informed about new web design methodologies as well as current trends.
Graphic design: The ability to communicate through visuals (including images, colors, buttons, icons, and typography), able to increase conversions, improve usability by affecting first and foremost users.
User Experience (UX) : UX is the acronym for User Experience or user experience. It’s not just about the look and feel of a website but also about how it works. Specifically, it refers to how users interact with it.
Ultimately the important thing is how the user feels when using the site, it is the experience they gain. Is it positive or frustrating, relaxing, or annoying? That determines success! At the end of the day, designing your site UI is your number one priority. Start thinking about functionality in conjunction with form. Think about what you want your site to do, not how you would like it to look. Graphics are also vital for good website design but great importance should be given to the usability of your website.
At Athens Web, we design and develop websites that will provide you with the maximum result tailored to your needs. Athens Web is a Digital Innovation Studio. We are a team of creative web designers with a passion for designing websites with a strong artistic appearance.
At Athens Web, we design top aesthetic & fast loading websites. Invest in a Unique Web Design for an impressive result. Our goal is to capture the eye of every user through the UX / UI. Our goal is Artistic Web Design that can boost your sales!
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