All of our work is priced on an individual basis with the exception of coaching sessions available to book online. There are several reasons for this, not least because not all logos, documents, and websites are created equally.
There are range of factors that influence how much a website or logo might cost. For instance, how much of our time will be spent seeking and editing content (clients can reduce costs by committing to doing this themselves), whether the client has imagery or whether we need to source this for them (purchasing stock imagery for instance). In the case of some of our graphics these can take several hours to produce. No two jobs are equal. That's why we take great care to understand your needs up-front and explore how you would prefer to work - this allows us to provide written quotes (not estimates that some provide which can be significantly inflated!).
We've tried to outline some examples of costs below:
A one-page website with short contact form, about, and services section. That does not take payments and using standard stock imagery. Price includes hosting for one year and personalised domain name = approximately £380.
An 8 page website, hosted for one year, with each page search-engine-optimised, indexed through Google and Bing searches, with a blog built into the backend and support to develop content in your organisation (4 hours) = approximately £1700.
Logo design ranges according to needs and is priced at £35 per hour for non-profits and £40 for businesses.
Report covers tend to cost around £35-£50.