Let’s start with a seemingly simple question:
What do I need to know to figure out how much a website is going to cost?
I’m going to answer that question with a question.
Actually, six different questions.
I’ve built a lot of quotes and responded to a ton of RFPs to do website builds. In every website proposal I’ve worked on, the biggest factors that affect how much a website costs are the features you want to have and the functionality needed to power them.
Nothing surprising there, right?
But the trick is determining what those features are, and how they need to be built.
As I covered previously, complexity, size, and design affect how much your web development project is going to cost.
What’s more, the complexity and size are directly affected by the kinds of features your website uses, so it’s important to have a good understanding of the features and functionality you need.
Features and functionality are the things that help you drive your overall goals for your website, and those are what we’re going to talk about below.
Answering these six crucial questions is a big part of the answer to the question on how much your website project is going to cost.
Let’s jump in.