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Old 05-08-2014, 01:58 PM
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Im currently looking for someone to do up a website for my company. If your interested please contact me at 90034156. thank you

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Old 11-12-2015, 12:47 AM
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To the web designer,

Current price is based on market trend, usually 3-5K, but do note that post service and other special ones are the norm as well. If you're able to render seo as well, this will be a bonus.

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To the web designer,

Current price is based on market trend, usually 3-5K, but do note that post service and other special ones are the norm as well. If you're able to render seo as well, this will be a bonus.
What! Web designer can earn 3.5k? Are you sure?

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3-5k is standard and just includes the website design. You can charge higher if they also require branding strategy, product shots (for e-comms) ect.

I am a UX designer and I charge 3-5 just for the designs. No coding. If you are doing both I would charge more. It would depend on the difficulty but if you are doing all of the above you can easily fetch 5-7k.

You are worth SOOOO much more than you are asking for! Don't sell yourself short.
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3-5k is standard and just includes the website design. You can charge higher if they also require branding strategy, product shots (for e-comms) ect.

I am a UX designer and I charge 3-5 just for the designs. No coding. If you are doing both I would charge more. It would depend on the difficulty but if you are doing all of the above you can easily fetch 5-7k.

You are worth SOOOO much more than you are asking for! Don't sell yourself short.
Sigh. I wish I saw your post earlier before I took on this project. Did a website for a client for $2,900. From design to development and she doesn't want to pay me after I've delivered the website.
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So you took the job without any contract signed or digital trail like email ?

A couple of mistakes to avoid in the future:
1) Get a simple contract or receipt to specify the total fee and timeline for delivery.
2) Get the client to sit down with you in person and trash out a requirements document, to clearly specify the features youíre supposed to deliver and get it signed. This covers your ass when Lawyers come in or youíre accused of not delivering (I know itís easier to just not meet them and conduct business online but thatís how you filter serious clients from jokers)
3) Take a downpayment at the start like 1/3 of the total fee.
4) When done with the project, show it to them on your own domain or localhost, and get the second 1/3
5) Control the website by having aws or other providers account to host the actual domain. This is to prove that it is live and running. Get the last 1/3 then pass the aws credentials to them.


Now your issue is the client is not paying. You can bring your case up to CASE or give them a Lawyers letter
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How much you charge is dependable on your past projects and the complexity of the sites. I'm not a web designers btw.. so ignore me there's really a so-called standard market rate. But the issue with clients not paying after you have done the work, should be reported to CASE.
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3-5k for design only is the norm. If you actually need someone to build the site, it gets alot more expensive very quickly. I do everything and asa rough gauge, charge sgd300 per hour for development. Comparatively lower for design only.
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Sigh. I wish I saw your post earlier before I took on this project. Did a website for a client for $2,900. From design to development and she doesn't want to pay me after I've delivered the website.
Take a retainer up front and charge by hour. Best solution.
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