Frequently Asked Questions
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For web, project time varies based on the complexity of the site. On average, sites are launched within 6 to 7 weeks of the design start date.
Yes, WordPress.org is a free-to-use platform, however it does require hosting. Depending on the size and features of your site, hosting can range in price significantly, however the majority of our clients pay no more than $5 a month for their hosting plan. When we get close to installing your new design, we will send you a list of preapproved WordPress hosts and you can choose which one works best for you and fits your budget.
We do not keep a waitlist, and instead operate on a first come first served basis via our contact form.
If you purchase a web design package but do not already have a logo, a text title/photo header will be created as part of your web design. Please note that this header will not be intended for print use and will be limited to use only on your website.
We’re more than happy to make any future design revisions that you might need! Just send us an email with a bulleted list of changes and we will respond with a timeline and quote for those revisions.
We are proud to offer a credit card payment system directly through our website (processed via Stripe). Our server is secure and efficient and we guarantee that your information will never be stored on our site. After payment has been made, you will receive an email confirmation and receipt within 24 hours.
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The difference between the two is that digital printing uses a method in which an image is printed directly from the computer to the paper. A broad range of colors can be achieved through this method, however the color isn’t 100% accurate unless you choose offset printing (which is the higher quality and the pricier way to print) using pantone ink colors. Digital printing is flat and has no texture and is considered the most budget friendly.
Letterpress printing dates back to the 15th century and is done by hand or machine and has a longer preparation process and labor intensive. This method requires images to be transferred onto photopolymer plates (where images are transferred onto a raised surface), which then is inked, and pressed onto thick sheets of paper, leaving a beautiful impression. Letterpress usually is printed on luxurious thick cotton stock paper and adds a lovely texture. Letterpress is costlier option but the quality is definitely unbeatable.
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