Taking Time for Quality
April 12, 2012
Everybody is excited to have their website completed. Often this leads people to create artificial or unrealistic deadlines. Other times, there are actual forces that necessitate that a site be completed by a specific date. As a design studio with multiple clients, it is as well in our best interest to complete a site as soon as possible.
Despite that, websites, and especially good websites will take time. We’ve had people ask us if we will do lower quality work at faster speed. And the answer is: No. This is our passion and our pride. And we only have interest in building sites that will be of the highest quality.
"Who forces time is pushed back by time; who yields to time finds time on his side." ~The Talmud
For planning purposes you can expect that a basic website (for example, a homepage, blog, contact page and generic content page) will take at a minimum a month’s time. With each estimate we provide a time line for the project. Find out an estimate of costs and price specific to your project by getting in touch and getting a quote.
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