Web Design Quote Calculator Free Tool

Are you in the process of planning out a website for your small business?

This website design quote calculator that I made will help you get an estimate on your next project in just a few minutes..

How To Use This Website Design Quote Calculator

To get an estimate using this tool simply pick the options that best fit your website’s needs. If you’re unfamiliar with what your website is going to need, read a little bit about each question below.

After answering each question you’ll see a value-added to the total below, this can also help you get an understanding of the price of each option.

How Many Pages Is Your Website Going To Need?

The number of pages your website is going to require is a good indication of the overall price.

When a website requires more pages it usually means that it’s going to cost more money to build. While mostly true it’s also important to remember that not all web pages are the same. Web pages with minimal design and content require significantly less effort to create then pages with more complex design and more content.

When you pick your option make sure to count pages with a lot of content as 1 and pages with minimal content as a 1/2. This will ensure that you get the most accurate estimate.

Pages That Require More Effort

  • Pages With Complex Designs & Layouts

  • Pages with a lot of content

  • Interactive pages

  • Pages with animations

  • Pages that require functionality

Pages That Require Less Effort

  • Simply designed pages (1 column Layout)

  • Pages with minimal Content

  • About Us Pages

  • Blog Posts

  • User Agreement

About each option:

1 - 5 Pages: This option is best for people completely new to making websites. This type of project usually contains the basic home, about us, contact, and maybe a couple of other pages.

5 - 10 Pages: this option serves people who are already familiar with making websites and know they’re going to need a decent amount of pages to present their business’s information

+10 Pages: For larger projects that require a lot of functionality and information.

The Level of Design You Want For Your Website?

Another important variable in estimating the price of your website is going to be the level of design that you’re going to want for your website.

A websites’ appearance is important. Well-designed websites tend to earn visitors’ trust faster and convert higher than websites with poorly made designs.

I’ll try and explain a little about each option and why someone would be more interested in one option than the other.

Minimal - If you are new to building websites it’s best that you focus on creating content for your website instead of fixating on the bells and whistles. When you focus on creating content for your website you are more likely to bring in visitors from the search engines and social media that will eventually turn into customers.

Templates - If you’re looking for something far more than just the bare minimum then using templates to create your website might be the option for you. Although web page templates are premade they do offer the ability to create more complex layouts which tend to hold visitors’ attention for longer. Templating requires that you go in and adjust the code to fit your website’s design which is why it’s a bit more costly.

Custom - For when you want to make the best first impression.

Responsive Design

Phones, Tablets, and other mobile devices have changed the way people use websites. In order to have a successful website, it’s important that all the elements on your website work on as many devices as possible which means that website makes have to work twice as hard in order to maintain a website’s appearance.

For these reasons, I used these questions as criteria to determine the overall price of your website.

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