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Frequently Asked Questions
Common items that people tend to contact us about.
- How much do you charge to design a website?
- Costs vary depending on the scope, timeline, and individual goals of a project. Our web design and development services are specifically tailored to our customers needs and their budgets—these are the two biggest factors in determining cost.
- Do you offer website maintenance and support plans?
- We do offer support and maintenance plans for customers who have purchased web design and development services from us, but we don’t typically offer support for websites built from third parties.
- Can you build a website using existing designs?
- Typically we don’t develop websites from other designers unless they’re from our partner companies or are of very high quality work.
- Do you offer website hosting?
- We don’t provide hosting services, but can set up and deploy your website on a variety of high performance third party hosting providers.
- Do you provide web design and development services for companies that aren’t located in Tucson or Seattle?
- Yes. We’re a Tucson web design company, but we will work with you were ever you’re business is located.
- Do you offer SEO or provide social media services?
- We design websites to be search engine optimized, but don’t provide additional services like link building or social media campaigns.
- Can you make our website faster?
- Yes. Performance on the web has always been one of our biggest areas of focus as it has a very large impact on user experience.
- Do you offer WordPress training?
- We provide training and documentation for all the websites we build. Unfortunately we don’t offer WordPress training as a stand alone service.
- Do you offer Node.js and Ruby on Rails development services?
- Yes we’re big fans of Node.js and Rails.
- Will you participate in our request for proposal (RFP)?
- In most cases no, we don’t do RFPs. If you’re restricted to doing an RFP and you’d really like us to participate, we charge a $1,000 fee which will be credited to the project assuming we’re the winning bid.