Website FAQs

All our websites are bespoke, and designed to help you make a successful online presence. Once we have discussed your project and what it needs to achieve to give you a return on your investment, we can give you a personalised quote.

Guideline website prices

  • Brochure / Marketing website - generally cost in the region of £2000 - £4500
  • E-commerce Websites - are usually from £3500
Timescales depend on the size and scope of the project, and on how quickly content and feedback is provided.

Guideline website timescales:

  • Brochure / Marketing website - usually 4-8 weeks
  • E-commerce Websites - usually 8 -12 weeks
Once we have agreed everything and you have signed the contract and paid the deposit, we will book you in. There is usually 1-2 weeks lead time on projects, during which time you can make a start on gathering content. We will give you a start date when we book in the project.
A non-refundable deposit is required up front to secure the website project, within seven days of accepting the proposal. The payment schedule is as follows:
  1. 40% deposit up front to book in the work.
  2. 20% once the design & planning stage is completed.
  3. 30% once main development work is completed, on first client review.
  4. 10% following client review, final tweaks and sign off, before the site goes live.
Yes. We design and build websites for WordPress, which is the world's most popular content management system. It is easy to use out of the box, but we also customise that system to fit the exact requirements of your site, making it even easier to use and fast to load. The site will be also optimised to use the new Gutenberg editor, which will allow you to create simple attractive pages and blog posts easily.
Your website will be built with on-page SEO and designed so that Google and other search engines can crawl your website easily. The site will be written with valid, clean code that is well structured, validated to the latest web standards and uses modern coding standards. Your images will be optimised for the website and contain alt tags and other relevant meta data. The site will have a friendly URL structure and the site will load quickly on both mobile devices and desktops. Once built, we will submit your new website to search engines and set up Google Analytics and Google Search Console as part of the project to help you monitor its performance. Following the site launch to get the best out of the site you should keep the content on the site fresh via regular updates (a blog is great for this) and use social media and other marketing to drive traffic to your website.
Unfortunately we can't take on projects using or customising third party themes or templates.
Yes, we offer two different ongoing support packages, depending on the level of help you need. Prices form just £35 a month. See our Support Packages page for more information.

Logo FAQs

You can read about our logo design process here: Bridget Designs Logo Design Process
Timescales depend on the size and scope of the project, and on how quickly content and feedback is provided. As a guideline though, most logo projects take around 3-4 weeks.
Our standard logo package costs £300. Fees are taken as follows:
  • £100 up front as a deposit
  • Remaining balance on completion.
Once completed and the final fee has been paid, we will assign you exclusive rights to use your logo design for your business in any media, exclusively and in perpetuity. Copyright for the finished design remains with Bridget Designs. If you need the full copyright however, this can be transferred to you on request. All design concepts and additional artwork aside from the completed logo, sent to the client during the logo design process remains copyright to Bridget Designs and may not be used unless bought separately. Full payment must be made before you can use the logo design in any way.
The logo package includes three versions of your logo if required. The main design, and alternative layout and a light / dark version. You will receive several different sizes from small enough for the web, to large enough for print in a range of file formats including: PNG, JPEG, PDF, EPS and SVG. The EPS file is fully scalable to any size without loss of quality. You will also get a summary of the file types and where to use them, and a style guide.