Q: How much will it cost?
The more information you give us, the easier we can quote you.
Generally speaking, our pricing structure is flexible. Depending on the project, we may work hourly or come up with an estimated total that works for all of us. The chart below should give you a rough idea about how we structure our pricing - but no project is made equal, and these numbers are not set in stone.
Q: Do you only use SquareSpace to design websites?
No. Depending on the needs of your project, we may choose to build on WordPress or pursue other options. However for most of our clients, SquareSpace is an amazing and accessible platform to sell, promote and market your brand.
Q: Why do I need custom photography & text for my website?
When it comes to modern site design, it's all about execution. Well-written, search engine-optimized copy and well thought out photography is the number one way to stand out on the internet as a legitimate, professional business.
Stock photos and walls of text just don't cut it anymore - and you're dead in the water if you think otherwise.
Q: What is your creative process?
Enough about us, let's talk about you! Who is your audience? What are your goals, and how do you plan to achieve them?
These answers are crucial to our creative process - following that usually comes market research, drafting (storyboarding, wireframing, etc) and execution.
Q: How much creative control do I have?
During the initial concept stages, we're especially communicative and open to feedback.
We'll always hear you out, but we're the professional designers here - obviously we want to keep our clients happy, but it's our job to help you maximize your appeal, not pander to what you think looks good.
Q: Can you code?
Yes. While most of our team leans heavily towards design and development, we have an excellent network of coders to pull from based on your needs.
Q: Can you develop?
Yes! We would love to develop your next app, site, software or video game with our team, your team or a combination of the two.
Q: Nice logo, doofus. Who do you think you are, Miami Vice?
Even better: we're like Fritz Lang's Metropolis meets a hip coffee shop.