Websites are a necessity to compete in today’s business landscape. We offer a few different types of web design services, including templates, semi-custom, and fully custom websites. Each of our web design offerings includes a dedicated account manager, an in-depth kickoff meeting, a 40+ step post-launch SEO checklist, and more. We build most of our websites on WordPress, the web’s most popular content management system and all our websites are built to be responsive, meaning they work on any tablet or mobile phone.
You’ll notice that we only list pricing ranges and not set pricing for reach offering. Each of our web design projects varies greatly and depends on your budget, goals, and timeframe. If you’re unsure of what you want, our team can help you choose the right option that falls within your budget.
Template websites are best suited for businesses that have a smaller budget and are willing to adhere to the limitations of a template. Our platform of choice is WordPress and there are thousands (if not millions) of different WordPress templates available. Our team will select 2-3 templates to present to you based on our knowledge of your goals, number of pages, etc. and you will then select 1 for us to move forward with.
Templates offer many customization options (such as color choice, logo, photos, etc.), but there are pros and cons to templates that we’ll make sure you’re aware of before beginning. Template websites from Atilus typically start around $4,500 and the final pricing will depend on the number of hours we’ll need to complete your project.
Semi-custom websites are a hybrid of using a WordPress template and further customizing it to fit the needs of the project. Semi-custom websites are best suited for companies that may have a modest budget and want a little more control over the look than what a strict WordPress template provides.
Like template websites, there are many customizations you’re able to make, including colors, logo, and photos; and with a semi-custom website, we will also be able to make structural changes. The biggest difference between template websites and semi-custom websites is the price; if we’re making changes above and beyond the template, that will require more time for us to work around the already-existing code.
Custom websites are for medium-large sized businesses that have a sizeable budget for a new website and that want full control over the look/feel. Once a client has been on-boarded, our team meets internally to start planning a sitemap, wireframes, and design direction. We then go through each step, presenting everything from initial concepts to structural planning to the final design. Our team will walk you through each phase until the final project is launched to ensure your 100% satisfaction.