Affordable Web Design Packages & Pricing

Custom Web Design Packages that are designed to give you ultimate control, unrivalled support, great results and more time to focus on running your business.


Web Design Package

Ideal for new startups & small businesses on a tight budget


Up to 5 pages handcrafted custom Professional Website Design 

100 % Mobile and Tablet Friendly Responsive Design

Basic Search Engine Submission

Inquiry form included

Recurring cost every year is for the domain registration and web space. (+/- R846 / year)

No Lock-in Contract

Delivery within 7-15 Business Days


Web Design Package

Ideal for new tradies, contractors, consultants or small business


Up to 10 pages handcrafted custom Professional Website Design

100% Mobile and Tablet Friendly

On- Page Search Engine Optimisation

Easily add more Pages after launch

Easy Editing & WordPress or Joomla Content Management System (CMS)

Recurring cost every year is for the domain registration and web space.(+/- R1,206 / year)

Inquiry form

No Lock-in Contract

Delivery within 15-21 Business Days


Web Design Package

All the features you need for an e-commerce solution


Initial Shop Setup

30 Products*

Payfast / Paypal Integration **

100 % Mobile and Tablet Friendly Responsive Design

Basic Search Engine Submission

Inquiry form included

Recurring cost every year is for the domain registration and web space. (R1,338/ year)

No Lock-in Contract

Delivery within 21-35 Business Days

* Customers can add unlimited products via the back-end.
** You will need to create a Paypal or Payfast account and forward us the details.

If your package does not include these, the following add-on features can be added to your site:
  • Additional pages to your maximum limit – R200 per page. Please note you can add additional pages yourself for FREE.
  • Newsletter subscription – R1,200
Included with every package:
  • Custom Unique  Design
  • Assistance with Google Places Listings
  • Social Media Integration
  • Image Slider/ Hover Effects
  • Contact Forms

Frequently Asked Questions

Custom website design means creating a website that is unique to your organisation. Your website is the face of your organisation and encapsulates your brand identity. Having a custom-built website will make you stand out from the crowd and allow you to portray your brand image the way you want to; it allows you to have consistency of your brand through your digital platforms. Every aspect of the website will be designed and built to your specifications, allowing you to manage the user experience from start to finish.

There are two main delays that occur during website design projects, namely:

1. Absence of content

No content, no website. Content is the backbone of any website, if it’s lacking then the launch of the website will most definitely be delayed. Whether you’re undertaking this aspect yourself or outsourcing it to us, ensure that this is part of your planning process.

2. Approval turnaround times

Delays in approval can interrupt the process. Making the approval process as simple as possible will ensure that the project runs according to schedule. Red tape or a lack of time to review design steps, can lead to delays. Where possible, approval and feedback should be delegated to a small amount of people who can make decisions quickly.

Knowing what you want at the start is key here. Having as much detail as possible about your requirements will assist us to provide you with a website design that meets all of your needs. Your availability (or lack of it) can have a large impact on the design process; we will need to be in regular contact with you. We also need the following from you at the start:

Whether you’re writing the content yourself, or outsourcing it to us, we’ll need as much information upfront as possible. If we can’t get the content onto your website, we can’t go live, it’s as simple as that.

If you have photos that you want to use, we’ll need these at the start. If you’re outsourcing that part to us, you’ll need to have an idea of the type of images you want.

Other items
We’ll require high quality logo images, links and other information that you want included on the site, at the start of the process. All of these aspects affect the layout and design of the website.

Only you know your industry and business inside out. So, whether you write your own content or you get us to do it for you, you will need to be heavily involved in this part of the process. You will need to provide vital information about the industry, your business, your customers, as well as any technical jargon that is industry specific.

Whichever option you take, we will organise the content and structure it in a way that we see best fits the layout and design of the website.

The majority of the time there is no cost to move your current website to our company. The only time there would be a cost involved, would be if your website is very large or complicated, with lots of additional features. You can either contact us to get an idea if there would be a cost involved, or discuss it with us in your first consultation.

Yes, we do.

We’ve found that the following format is the most effective for small business websites. However, you can use this as a guide and add your personal touches to it.

Page 1: Home Page
The homepage gives an overall summary of the services you offer, how you can help your customers and what makes your organization unique. It also includes links to your pages with more detailed information and your relevant industry accreditations.

Page 2: About Us
This page includes a background of why and how your business was started, further detail about why your organisation is unique and what you have to offer potential customers that other businesses don’t.

Page 3: Our Services
This page not only describes your services but also describes how your services meet the needs of your customers.

Page 4: Portfolio/Gallery (Optional)
This is a good way to show potential customers what you have to offer; they have a similar project to one that you’ve already completed, making it easier for them to relate. It’s also easier for people to relate to visuals rather than long text so this page is important when it comes to turning browsers into customers.

Page 5: Testimonials (Optional)
Having actual customer testimonials is a good way to tell potential customers about the products and services you sell. If gives your offering credibility and makes potential customers feel at ease.

Page 6: FAQs or Fees/Price List (Optional)
To avoid receiving the same query over and over from your customers, you can put together an FAQ page which addresses the most common queries your customers have.

You can add a price list if your products have a set value or if you have packages that have a set cost.

Page 7: Contact
This can include a map, contact phone numbers, e-mails and a contact form for users to submit any enquiries to you which will automatically be sent to your email.

When it comes to e-commerce systems, we’ve done it all – from simple to sophisticated shopping carts, to invoice payment and online donation systems. Whether you’re a business or a non-profit, e-commerce is becoming the wave of the future, helping to streamline processes and speed-up cash flow.

Which is Right for You?

E-Commerce doesn’t necessarily mean you have to sell online. It can also just be a way of collecting payments, such as for invoices or donations. Either way, e-commerce is proving time and again to be an efficiency-boosting business practice.

High-end shopping cart

If you measure your inventory in the hundreds or thousands and require a centralized place to manage all your products and reporting, you will be looking at a database-driven shopping cart system. These level of shopping carts give you the control and flexibility you need to manage large volumes, such as real-time shipping calculations, advanced product features, and sophisticated SEO.

Basic shopping cart

If you have under 50 products, then a more basic shopping cart solution would be a better fit for you. These solutions will not give you as many advanced controls and features as a more high-end shopping cart, but they can be very good for what they’re worth. The most popular shopping carts in the world fall into this category.

Order form

If you only have a couple products that are generally not purchased together (a book, online course, digital download, etc.) then you might not even need a shopping cart. A simple – albeit secure, order form will do the job just fine.

Registration system

Online registration systems are specific to organizations offering paid events, seminars and courses, and can also be integrated with a membership database when applicable (example: purchase a monthly membership to access our educational materials).

Donation systems

Online donation systems are an essential tool for any charity or non-profit, as you are creating a more convenient, secure, and immediate way for people to give you their money. Such systems can include re-occurring monthly donations along with many other options specific to your organization.

Invoice payments

Accepting invoice payments online is an instant way for service businesses to increase cash flow and reduce manual work associated with processing cheques and accepting credit cards over the phone. All the clients we’ve implemented invoice payment systems for are very expressive of how much time it’s saved them.