You know things are bad when even the dog is telling you to get a new website

Web Windows designs small to large websites for realistic rates. Even the dog will approve.

How much does a website cost?

The cost of a website is dependent entirely on how much time it takes to create. All our time is based on an hourly rate of £50, which is considerable cheaper than a larger agency but more pricey than your mate's brother-in-law. It's a team effort, which means that all the important elements are worked on by individuals who use their expertise efficiently and quickly.

Stages involved when creating a website

Optional Extras

Multi-Currency E-commerce

Use your website to attract revenue from all over the world. Users can make purchases in their own local currency.

Telephone Call Tracking

Track all phone calls generated from marketing and monitor your cost per inquiry.

Third Party Integration

Link your website to accountancy software like Xero, or to your Ebay shop, Amazon Shop or Google Shopping.

On-Page SEO

Optimise your website for Google while it's being built. Using Yoast, we ensure every page is given the green light.

Example sites/costs

Standard information based website similar to Sniff & Spit: Guide Price £2000
Information based website with calendar booking system: Guide Price £2100
Entry level website with re-branding, similar to Spark Security: Guide Price £2500
Holiday e-commerce website automatically syncing with Airbnb and Booking.com: Guide Price £2850
Comprehensive e-commerce website similar to Zico Lighting: Guide price £3,750
Full e-commerce linking to Xero, Amazon, Ebay & Google Shopping: Guide Price £6000

Our WordPress sites are designed to make self-editing a breeze

WordPress has become the No.1 software choice for professional web design companies. It has the benefit of housing a vast amount of specialist plug-ins. This means that if you have particular requirements for your market (like a calculator tool or an availability calendar), you can avoid the expense of custom coding.

• By creating your site with a pagebuilder plug-in, you’ll find updating it a breeze.
• Extremely search engine friendly.
• Special features specific to your market can be incorporated.
• Mobile and tablet compatible.

Magento will turn your browsers into customers.

Web Windows designers use Magneto software when building e-commerce websites because it is a platform which makes the buying experience effortless.

• Designed to help attract more customers
• Scalable to meet the needs of your growing business
• Fully customisable in design and development
• Used by SME’s to large multinationals

To get tangible results, user-experience is key. In the hands of an experienced designer, a shopping site using Magneto will enhance the users’ experience and potentially encourage customers to spend more.

Shopify simplifies the process of running an online store.

Shopify offers online retailers a suite of services including payments, marketing, shipping, and customer engagement tools to simplify the process of running an online store for small merchants.

  • An excellent e-commerce platform to start trading online.
  • Trusted by over 800,000 businesses worldwide.
  • Elegant themes which are responsive and customisable.
  • Built-in marketing tools that help you create, execute, and analyse campaigns on Facebook and Google.

"Designing websites is an immersive and largely creative process into which I put my heart and soul. I only need three tools, a Mac which runs WordPress and Photoshop, but with a steady supply of vegan snacks, I create "Website Nirvana" for clients. My sites are mobile-friendly, 100% secure, e-commerce smooth, and oh yes, totally gorgeous looking."

- Nathan Crick, Head Designer

"Working with a space that's less than the size of a credit card, my banner ad designs need to pack in a lot of punch and at the same time leave enough room for the copy to breathe. My job description ought to include the words "miracle worker," as I create banners that tick all the right design guidelines. It's a tough job, but I love it."

- Emily Hilton, Graphic Designer

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