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We offer a completely free, no obligation, 45 minute consultation for anyone who’s curious about our services. Once we’ve had a decent chat and discussed all the available options, we’re usually able to give you an accurate idea of how much time will be needed for each of the tasks you’re aiming to achieve.

Some clients come to us needing whole days, or weeks of our time, and sometimes it’s just a few hours! Regardless, we’ll put together a detailed estimate that confirms what’s required, the process we’ll be going through, and the estimated delivery dates so that we can all agree on costs before any work begins.

Below are some ballpark costs, based on projects we’ve worked on over the years.

Off the self, ready to roll, website templates
£1499 (+ VAT)

For a basic introductory web presence to get the ball rolling, we’re pleased to offer a selection of ready made website templates. These templates are great for getting you out there and having a presence online. Perfect for the individual or small startup. There might not be much in the way of bells and whistles, but they look fantastic and professional, and we’ll get you online with the minimum of fuss.

Read more about our website templates right here >

Mid Level Bespoke Websites
Estimated costs = £2,000 – £5,000 (+ VAT)

A common project structure that we’ve gone through a number of times, which typically involves creating a 6-8 page information based site that showcases the services and expertise of a local business. The website would usually have profiles of individual team members, descriptions of services, as well as prominent calls to action. There might also be embedded social media feeds (instgram/twitter), custom animation to screen elements, and a deep integration of branding aesthetics to the overall site architecture.

Advanced & Bespoke Websites
Estimated costs = £5,000 – £8,000 (+ VAT)

Extensive sites with unique or advanced functionalities need to be planned more meticulously of course, especially if you’re going to be selling products or services online, or you’re using API keys to do something clever with third party content. You might have a complex need to display dynamic property or product listings on your website, or want a checkout and payment process setup. We’d inevitably spend longer drawing out more extensive flat plans for discussion, doing research and digital due diligence, and making sure that all parties involved are confident in the outcome every step of the way.

Branding Design £800 – £1,500 (+ VAT)
The branding process starts with some primary brainstorming and digital sketches. We work-up a first round of concepts and these are presented to you in PDF format. Usually, clients find something they like in the first developmental stages, and we move forward with one of the designs. We will work through a select number of amends with you and finish with an exciting, new logo. Available in whatever formats you require.

Branding & Stationery £1,500 – £2,000  (+VAT)
This package consists of our Branding Design service (as above) as well as a full set of designs for stationery items including business cards, compliment slips & letterheads/invoices. We’ve noticed recently that clients tend to send most things electronically, so we can provide the letterhead/invoice elements for use in Word. Whether you require 50 simple, traditional business cards, or 2000 embossed, gold foil cards with raised spot gloss on a triple thick card, we pride ourselves on our ability to get your chosen items printed to the highest spec within your budget.

Full Branding Package from £2,500 (+ VAT)
Brand continuity is an extremely important aspect for your business. It’s easy to get distorted and lost across a range of products and printed items. Brand guidelines give you simple, clear instructions on how your brand should be perceived, the rules to stick to (and those that can be broken). We will create a bespoke, print ready PDF booklet that outlines your core values and tone of voice, that catalogues specific logo useage, fonts, typography, primary & secondary colour palettes, and imagery, as well as guides for stationery design, and any other printed literature. These days it’s also essential to have guidelines in place for how your brand should be presented online, across social media platforms and other digital marketing.