Not all Web design companies are created equal. Even a company with a great reputation may not be the best fit for your particular project. Here are a few questions and tips to help you evaluate your options and choose the right vendor for the job:
- Is the vendor asking questions about your business and your goals? In order to create a custom website for your business, the vendor must first learn what you do and what you hope to accomplish. Your website should be designed specifically with your goals in mind.
- What exactly is included in the price quote? Some vendors might include website and CMS maintenance in their quotes, or adding copy to the pages; others might charge an additional hourly rate or monthly fee for the same work. Make sure you’re aware of every service that will be—or, more important, will not be—included in the total price.