#1 How long will it take to create my responsive website design?
Every site is different and unique but it normally takes 2-4 weeks. Some complex design projects take longer.
#2 How much will my new website cost?
Website costs depend on how simple or complex the design needs to be for each client.
Many things determine the website price. Such as the number of pages in the site, number of added features and
the functionality that is required. We discuss each project in detail and let you decide how simple or complex
you want the design to be.
#3 Do both simple and complex designs work equally well on computers, smartphones and tablets?
YES! Every site we design whether it is simple or complex is beautiful and a 100% Responsive Website Design.
#4 Do I need to meet with you in person to have a website designed?
NO! The majority of our clients have never met us in person. In this digital
world that we live in, everything can be handled online and via telephone conversations.
#5 What do I need to do to get a website started?
You can call or message us and we'll explain all the options and choices you need to make so we can get your site started.
#6 How do I explain my business in words for a webpage?
We can help you with that. Even if you've never had a website before, most buinesses
have run advertising for their business and that ad copy frequently can be used on the website.
#7 Can you use my logo on the website?
#8 Can I sell products on my website?
#9 My kids keep saying I need a web app... can you build that?
#10 How can I tell if a website is a responsive web design or not?
Open the website in your browser and then reduce the screen resolution, if the website adjust to fit in the
new screen it is a responsive website design.
#11 Can I utilize ad networks on my website?
YES and the most preferable ad size is a standard rectangular 300 x 250 pixel size.
#12 Are there any disadvantages to a responsive website design?
YES, there are three. A responsive web design will add extra weight to your webpage design due to
Another disadvantage involves high-res graphics, videos and music files. You need to really limit the use
of these files if you want to keep smartphone and tablet users happy. Smaller devices have smaller memories and
these files are usually huge and can prevent a huge part of internet traffic from being about to use your website.
Last but not least... if you already have a computer website that you want transformed into a responsive web
design, it may require so much programming effort to transform it that it might make more sense to start from scratch rather
than trying to make your old site into a responsive site.
#13 Will you design a responsive website design to coexist with my existing pc website design that will service
any mobile users that come to my existing website?
YES, we do that all the time! Even Google perfers this setup to a business having no responsive web
design at all and it will help your ranking in the search engines too.
Whatever your questions may be...
We will be happy to answer them for you anytime!
We look forward to hearing from YOU!
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