WordPress Website Design
Premium WordPress Websites | Starting at $4000
A Premium WordPress Theme is the perfect solution for any business looking to get a presence online without breaking the bank. In this package, we will gather your logo, images, and your business colors and weave them into a beautiful WordPress theme that will be both unique and versatile.
Getting a Premium WordPress Theme would include:
- Installing WordPress development environment
- Standard WordPress configuration (site settings)
- Plugin Installation and Configuration
- Installation of premium WordPress theme
- Set up of the WordPress theme to match the look of your business and branding (ie, adding your logo, contact information, slider pictures, change out colors, setup the widgets, etc.)
- Initial setup of all menus and pages
- Testing and Quality Control
The positives of using a Premium WordPress Theme
- The Design of the site moves much quicker. Your site can be installed and configured within a very short time frame because much of the heavy lifting regarding coding and design has been done.
- Code – Some templates have clean code, meaning the HTML and CSS are compliant and up-to-date. It depends on the theme you choose though. Stay away from free themes.
- Budget friendly – Oftentimes, you can have a theme installed for free if you know what you are doing and are confident enough to understand some of the basic requirements. Or, you can hire a professional to install and configure the website (add your logo, change out colors, setup the widgets, etc.).
- Great Looking Designs – There are some really nice themes out there now that offer a variety of customization options.
- Shortcodes – Premium themes come with “shortcodes” which are little bits of code you can add to your page without knowing any HTML or CSS
———>For an example of a Premium Theme please visit my portfolio – The Michigan Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
Custom WordPress Themes | Starting at $9500
If your company has specific requirements for features/branding or custom elements, that cannot be found without doing some custom coding work, you may want a custom WordPress theme. Don’t be confused by a design that is simply a modification of an existing premium WordPress theme. Truly custom WordPress themes are coded specifically for the company and its complexity. But, as with Premium Themes, custom designs have their positives and their drawbacks.
The positives of using a custom WordPress Theme
- Versatility. Starting from scratch and getting all the features you need and desire allows for greater flexibility. We start with wire framing then we pull out Photoshop and send you designs that we collaborate on. Designs are only limited by your imagination.
- Branding. A custom design is specifically branded to your company with your colors, target market, and goals.
- Specific Needs. Arrange widgets and functionality within the theme while still using a unique layout and format.
- Uniqueness. As with any company, a custom design will set you apart from the rest and stand out from the competitors. With a predesigned theme, you run the risk of looking like the rest.
———>For an example of a fully custom WordPress website please visit my portfolio – Arizona Medical Malpractice Attorney Elliot Grysen
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