Web Design FAQ

Some of the most frequently asked questions are answered here. Of course, the best way to learn how I can help with your indivudual needs is to ask me personally, and I encourage you to do so right away.

How Much Does Web Design Cost?

This is the most commonly asked question of all. So much so, that it has earned its own page. Read more about how much web design costs here.

Do You Only Design Websites For New Jersey Clients?

No. I can work with you wherever you are located. Many people prefer to work with someone who is local and accessible, so I tend to attract mostly clients from New Jersey or New York.

The domain name and business name NJ WebGuy helps me answer a few questions that potential clients often look for answers to within any industry or relationship. In just eight letters, it offers a minuscule dose of who I am, where I am and what I do.

How Long Will It Take To Build My Website?

I've been a web designer for a long while now, and once we've discussed your needs, I can come up with an almost amazingly accurate time estimate based on my current schedule and what your site will entail.

With that said, my estimates for simple sites are usually about four weeks start to finish. This allows plenty of time for back and forth communication between us as decisions are made.

More complicated projects will take longer. I have to quote a time frame based on your individual needs.

Do I Need To Supply Images/Photos?

No. Graphic design, navigation and site layout are generally created from scratch by myself. These are based on your logo (if you have one), the types of sites you like, and color schemes which seem appropriate for the project.

Photography, if used, is handled differently for each site. Many types of websites can do their job just fine without much or any actual photography used. If you do have good quality photographs in digital form that you think would be a good fit for the site, I will optimize them for use on the site.

Of course, this all will vary from project to project, and we will discuss all this during our initial consultation.

What About Rush Jobs?

I discourage them. Good quality, hand coded, one-of-a-kind work takes a certain amount of time.

However, if your site does need to be completed for an unusually short deadline, and you have 100% of the content ready right now, I will let you know if it is realistic and how much added cost will be incurred.

Taking on rush jobs does reduce my availability to other clients or potential clients, so please understand that rush jobs will be quoted at a premium if they are accepted.

How Does The Web Design Process Work?

This question seems like it should have a complicated answer, but the process is actually very straightforward. The best way to see just how easy it is to get started is to contact me about your web design project by clicking here.

If you'd like to read more, the five steps from idea to completed design are explained on the web design process page.

OK, You're My Guy. What Do I Need To Do Now?

Let's get started. Click here to go to the contact form. What are you waiting for? Someone could be looking for you on the web right now!

Accepting interesting new projects as of Jul 22 , 2017