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Premium - $1595.00

The premium package is created for larger companies and non-profits that require some more advanced web design assistance. It allows companies and non-profits to stay on top of the ever-changing web world and make daily changes to their website.  Extended training, design meetings, and extended site layouts typically include a blog, various application forms, and the option of a webstore.

  •   Three Layout Designs with Two Change Sessions
  •   Ten Pre-Created Pages
  •   Content Management System Implementation
  •   Includes Three Hours of CMS Training
  •   Flash Applications Installed
  •   Extra Applications Installed (Blog, Forms)
  •   Webstore Option Available for $495.00

Hourly Rate

PlayerSeven Web Design has the following rates outlined.  These rates are for services performed outside of the pre-packaged rates above.

  •   Training Rate - $25/hr
  •   Hourly Rate - $55/hr
  •   Additional Page Creation with Graphics - $85
  •   Layout Designs - $95
  •   Webstore Implementation - $495
  •   Conversion to Content Management Systems - $395

PlayerSeven Web Design requires a 30% deposit on all of their packages before any work begins.  Until complete payment is made, all designs are the property of PlayerSeven Web Design.  Customers are required to provide images needed for the website design.  All purchased stock imagery is extra.  PlayerSeven Web Design does not believe in hidden fees.  At PSWD, after each job is paid in full, you will receive the original PSD, HTML, and CSS files for your website allowing any designer make changes.



 
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Specials

Layout Design

CMS implementation

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-$495-

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