I need some help from you Web Designers out there. I have a friend who wants me to design her Web site and wants to pay me. I have designed a few Web sites but have never charged any one (you know family and school instructors). What is a reasonable rate to charge someone when you are not a pro?
A flat rate for the entire site is generally the easiest way to price a website. However, you must be fairly accurate in your estimation about how long it will take to complete. There is nothing worse than having a project go over budget (no matter how small the project) and not being compensated for it.
Start by seeing how many pages she wants. Ask if she already has a logo done, or will you have to spend the time to come up with an appropriate logo.
I appreciate y’alls input. The Web site will be simple with 3 to 5 pages. My friend is a photographer. She will provide the images and already has a logo. What she is looking for is basically a small art gallery to show off what she can offer and a contact / order page. I don’t believe it will take more that a couple of hours planning and a couple of hours creating then what ever time it takes to tweak it.
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