Where do we start?
The best place to start is with a phone call or email to outline what the project is about and what services you need. You may know exactly what you want, or you may just have an idea and need some initial guidance on how to go about it.
From there we would discuss the project in more detail, either by email or by meeting up. This will give us a good sense of how we can work together, whether other resources will be needed, how long the project is likely to take and what your delivery deadlines are. We can also talk about costs and what we might do to reduce them.
Some designs are very simple but in general it is a good idea to prepare an outline for what you want. Usually this is an iterative process as we come up with questions and suggest things you may not have considered.
From there we can prepare a more detailed quotation listing the tasks involved and indicating an estimated cost for the work.
If you are looking for ongoing maintenance then we can discuss that too.
How much will it cost?
The first thing to note is that the initial discussion phase will not cost you anything, although if it involves a lot of travelling then we may wish to negotiate reasonable expenses.
Most of our work is for churches and small charities and we are sympathetic to the financial constraints this brings. For this reason we do not have fixed charges and can negotiate the costs accordingly.