How much does a website cost in 2019?(designagency.io)

10 months ago from Alex Dixon, Monograph (monograph.io) & Wasai (wasai.co)

  • Brandon ZellBrandon Zell, 10 months ago

    So for $6,700:

    • The client has to provide the first website mockups

    • A website that requires an internal developer (guessing that means no CMS)

    • No migration of text or images from old website

    • And this is the designer's first client website (i.e. no experience)

    The design for this tool is great. Nice and clean, great hierarchy. But the calculations and options... They don't seem realistic to me. Anyone else? From your experiences are these accurate?

    11 points
    • Andrew Hersh, 10 months ago

      These prices are ridiculously h-

      "design agency in San Francisco"

      These prices are pretty accurate.

      12 points
      • Brandon ZellBrandon Zell, 10 months ago

        Ha, yeah, I get that a studio in San Francisco would charge a higher price, but asking the client to supply mockups? Not setting up a CMS? Not migrating content? And No prior client work experience? Those seem like made up options to justify having three price points for each question.

        4 points
        • Moe AmayaMoe Amaya, 10 months ago

          You're not far from wrong :)

          But the lowest price point options aren't all selected for a single project. What normally happens is they supply mockups OR they already have a CMS OR they don't have new content OR they don't value our previous experience.

          Sometimes it can be more than one of those options also.

          2 points