In today’s digital world, your website is the first interaction consumers have with your business.
That’s why almost 95 percent of a user’s first impression relates to web design. It’s also why web design services can have an immense impact on your company’s bottom line.
That’s why more companies are not only reevaluating their website’s design but also partnering with PiiWebtech, the web design agency that’s driven more than $1 billion in revenue for its clients.
With over 50 web design awards under our belt, we’re confident we can design a custom website that drives sales for your unique business.
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Standard web design relates to design layouts that provide a streamlined experience, but still leave something to be desired. These designs might include just enough features and functionality to compete within an industry without going above and beyond to become the best. If a company’s on a budget with a little wiggle room, a standard design can help them gain a foothold in an industry and climb to the top.Estimate: $3,000 – $5,000
Basic web design provides the bare essentials for an attractive, user-friendly website. This kind of website design is also the most affordable, which makes it great for new businesses. However, just because it’s basic doesn’t mean it’s subpar — businesses can still achieve company-wide growth and strengthen their brands with a basic website.Estimate: $2,000 – $3,000
If you’re the big man on campus, then your primary concern is to establish and maintain yourself as the industry top dog. With a web design budget that could potentially outstretch a smaller company’s gross annual earnings, you can invest in the nitty-gritty details of your website on every page to make sure the design is the best it can possibly be. Your web design should be nothing less than world class — the standard by which other companies in your industry judge themselves.Estimate: $10,000+
An excellent web design goes above and beyond the styles of convention to make a company sticks out against their competition. Excellence is characterized by being singular and contributing something unique to an industry, something that the competition can’t replicate or impersonate — and if they can, it can’t be as good as the original. Signing on for this kind of web design means a company wants to be a front runner in its field, and the design of their website can reinforce their reputation as an authority figure.Estimate: $5,000 – $10,000
The top tier of web design includes all of the cutting-edge trends and functions that site visitors would expect from a premier company. These designs are streamlined combinations of visual effects, UX, customer interaction, and more. When a business uses a world class web design with an equally strong UX design, they place themselves in a league of their own, raising the bar to force their competition to catch up. And in the meantime, they reap the benefits of being the best.Estimate: $10,000 – $15,000
A basic CMS (Content Management System) is a great starting point for web design, as it gives a business the base-level functionality of adding and altering individual pages. With a basic package, companies can usually update a homepage, landing pages, and possibly blog posts. While that might not sound like much, the ability to quickly and easily refine a few key pages on a site can significantly improve the site’s overall design — and its SEO.
The next tier of CMS capitalizes on the same points of the basic package with additional reach. This level of content management could include features like changing certain details for A/B testing, providing a user-friendly design for the company database, and more. Essentially, this kind of CMS limits the need for the use of independent coding, and it can save a ton of time when a company wants to roll out a new update.
Basic database integration is the most affordable form of information organization and retrieval. This kind of integration is great for standard username / password storage, and it could also work for small quantities of downloadable files, directories, and other simple data. With those basic functionalities integrated into a website, it becomes more trustworthy and user-friendly immediately.
With full database integration, databases are completely connected with the high-level, high-speed functionality that big companies need to grow. They can access huge amounts of data, and they can secure as much of it as they want. Full database integration streamlines a website to create a high-quality UX design that visitors are sure to love.