Pricing

Elevate your brand’s digital presence with affordable marketing solutions.

Website
packages

499.00 $ 249.00
  • 2 Stock Images
  • 3 pages Website
  • Slider Banner
  • Contact Form
  • 1 Months Support

Video
packages

1499.00 $ 499.00
  • 30 Seconds Video
  • Professional Script
  • Story Board
  • Animation
  • 2 Stocks Images

Logo Design packages

199.00 $ 79.00
  • 6 Unique Logo Concepts
  • Free Icon
  • Unlimited Revisions
  • 100% Ownership Rights
  • AI, PSD, EPS, JPEG PNG Formats

FAQs

Below are a selection of the most frequently asked questions, however, should you have any additional questions you’d like to be answered
Web design and development is the process of building websites which is related to the front end design. It incorporates several different features, including webpage layout, content generation, and graphic design – UI using the different technologies and Content Management System. Web designers build webpages by using HTML code tags that outline the content and metadata of each page on the website.

In Web Design principles, web design refers to both the artistic portion of the web and its usage. Web Developers take a website design and actually make a functional features of the website from it. Web developers use languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and other programming languages to bring to life.

 
A web designer is a visual artist who create and develops objects styling for the Internet. Website designers are capable to tap into their creative areas and design the overall layout for a website. A web developer is one that develops applications and functionality for the Internet.

To start, here are the fundamentals steps to becoming a web developer:

Learn programing languages HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
Go Through CMS Tutorials. – Example WordPress
Learn the design and development – UI and UX.
Learn SQL and PHP.
Learn SEO – Search Engine Optimization
Learn to make website Responsive.

There are three types of web developer specialism: back-end developer, front-end developer and full-stack developer. Back-end developers deal with the servers and data management. While Front-end developers are accountable for behavior and visuals that run in the user’s web browser.

The turnaround time for a logo from sales to completion is typically 2-3 weeks, subject to my workload which will be discussed before any payments are made. Timescales are also dependent on response time, and any additional changes to designs.

Following the design phase, you will be presented with 3 logo options based upon agreed objectives. Once final payment has been made, you will own the copyright to the final agreed design.

That’s no problem at all. When the first set of designs are presented to you I will explain why design decisions have been made. At this point you will have the opportunity to provide feedback and request modifications if required. You can request as many changes as you want, however up to 4 revision rounds are included within the typical project scope. In the unlikely event that additional revisions are required beyond this, they will be charged at a cost of £30 per revision round, and will be added onto the final invoice.
On completion of the logo design project, and once payment has been made, the copyright for the final agreed logo is automatically transferred to you. If needed I can also provide a copyright transfer document to give comfort that the copyright has been transferred. Copyright protection means that the copyright holder of the work retains exclusive rights to print, display and distribute the design. This is what’s transferred to you, and means you can do anything you want with the logo. I only ask that I can include the logo in my portfolio as an example of work carried out. Trademark registration on the other hand is something that will need to be carried out by a trademark attorney, or you can do it yourself through the government website. If this is something you plan to do I can refer you to a company that I frequently use and can recommend. Trademarking the logo will allow you to add the ® symbol and it also provides legal protection to anything confusingly similar within the locations and categories you register the logo in. If this is something you plan to do, let me know so I can provide a variant with the ® in the final set of files to use once the registration has gone through.
Once your logo design is completed I will supply a comprehensive kit of files to allow the use of the logo across various mediums. Below is a summary of what I will provide: CMYK version – Full colour printing is made up of only 4 colours: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. These 4 colours mix together to build up any images you can imagine. You will need this format when you require printed material that displays full colour images on the same page. Provided in Vector (Ai/PDF/EPS) format. Pure black version – Like it says, this version is pure black version of your logo. This is ideal for black and white, or single colour documents. Provided in Vector (Ai/PDF/EPS) format. Pure white knockout – Want to use your logo over a dark photo, or on a solid dark colour? A white version solves colour and visibility issues to give the best result. Provided in Vector (Ai/PDF/EPS) format. RGB version – Unlike print colours, screen colours are made up of Red, Green and Blue, mixing the light of each colour to make up the full colour spectrum. Your logo will be provided as an optimised Jpeg file format, and transparent PNG, as well as SVG, which is a vector version for digital use. Favicon – A 32 x 32 favicon of your logo will be created for use on your website. Copyright Ownership – I will transfer copyright ownership of the final agreed logo. A PDF User Guideline Document – A document explaining how to use the logo files.