Work with Me!

 

 

Need a website?

 

Investment from £1500

Install of WordPress & Divi.
Set up of pages and menus as required
Customisation of design files
Content loaded with full styling
Two rounds of revisions
Proofing, launch & 30-minute training session via Skype audio

All websites vary in size so please get in touch for a quote. I aim to suit all budgets. 

How about Branding?

Investment from £500

Full branding packages include:
logo design,
colour palettes,
stock image sourcing
Social Media Icons & banners
Business cards
Letter heads/compliment slips

All websites vary in size so please get in touch for a quote. I aim to suit all budgets.

 

If you already have your branding and are just looking for standalone items such as menus, e-books, business cards etc. get in touch.

No photos? No problem

Great photographs can mean the difference between an ok website or an amazing website.

I offer photoshoots within the North West UK area. If you would like some photographs for your site, get in touch to either arrange a shoot or let me find someone local to you.

If you need any stock photography for your project, I always try to source royalty free material from repositories such as unsplash.com or death to the stock photo. If you are looking for something more bespoke, that either needs to have a license purchased for or we need to shoot ourselves, I will discuss this with you first.

Need a quick fix?

I currently have an hourly rate of £50 per hour if you need anything done quickly or tech support. This rate also covers tutorial calls and mentoring.

Sometimes, I may help out with something that only takes a few minutes and not enough to warrant charging for an hour. I’ll always try to help where I can before booking in. If you wish to send a donation as a thank you, it’s still very much appreciated.




The Process…

Below is a rundown of what generally working with me is like. Obviously, every client is different and has different needs but this will give you an idea…

Onboarding

The first step is to get to know each other and see if we’ll work well together. I’ll usually schedule a call to get to know you and see what you need from your project. From here, you will provide me with any Pinterest boards, images, copy etc. Plus and details for your hosting and website.

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2

The Legal Bit

This bit sounds scary, but it really isn’t. It’s always best to know what you’re getting yourself in for before you start anything. As with making any investment, you always want to be sure about what you’ll be getting for your money and what to expect at the end. Plus, it’s always good to know that this is more of a collaboration than a service. Making everything clear at the start avoids any nasty surprises later.

Once we’ve agreed on the project and what it involves, you’ll recieve a contract and invoice for the full amount which you can either pay a deposit upfront and the rest later or all together. A minumum payment is needed in order to secure your spot and purchase upfront any licences before I can begin.

Let The Fun Begin

Now that we’ve got the formalities out of the way, it’s time to get to work. By this point, I should have access to any hosting, cPanels, WordPress accounts etc. and a dropbox file will have been created to drop in any images and files you’d like me to include.

From the notes taken on our chat and any previous correspondence, plus from your Pinterest board, I’ll get to work on your logos and visual style guide. From there, you will have two rounds of revisions so that we can get things looking just how you want them.

3

4

The Techie Bit

Once everything is agreed upon, it’s time to start building your website. If you don’t already have one, this is the part where I set up hosting, purchase URL’s and install WordPress for you. From here I’ll install all the relevant themes and plugins and create a custom child theme for your site.

Images, logos, and graphics will be readied for upload and any fonts and colour palettes will be included on your site.

The Finishing Touches

We’re on the home stretch. At this stage, you should be happy with your website and branding, we’ll start to put together any social media branding and stationery. Plus, any finishing touches to your site.

5

6

Handover

When we’re done and you’re happy with everything, this is the part where we start to close up the project. Final payments will be made and any files will be sent to you for you to use later. We’ll have a final call to go over any training you may need to maintain your site later (don’t worry, I won’t abandon you after this… I’m still on hand if you get stuck) and everything is prepared for your launch. Then you can pop open the prosecco and enjoy your new website.

 

The Process…

Below is a rundown of what generally working with me is like. Obviously, every client is different and has different needs but this will give you an idea…

1

Onboarding

The first step is to get to know each other and see if we’ll work well together. I’ll usually schedule a call to get to know you and see what you need from your project. From here, you will provide me with any Pinterest boards, images, copy etc. Plus and details for your hosting and website.

2

The Legal Bit

This bit sounds scary, but it really isn’t. It’s always best to know what you’re getting yourself in for before you start anything. As with making any investment, you always want to be sure about what you’ll be getting for your money and what to expect at the end. Plus, it’s always good to know that this is more of a collaboration than a service. Making everything clear at the start avoids any nasty surprises later.

Once we’ve agreed on the project and what it involves, you’ll recieve a contract and invoice for the full amount which you can either pay a deposit upfront and the rest later or all together. A minumum payment is needed in order to secure your spot and purchase upfront any licences before I can begin.

3

Let The Fun Begin

Now that we’ve got the formalities out of the way, it’s time to get to work. By this point, I should have access to any hosting, cPanels, WordPress accounts etc. and a dropbox file will have been created to drop in any images and files you’d like me to include.

From the notes taken on our chat and any previous correspondence, plus from your Pinterest board, I’ll get to work on your logos and visual style guide. From there, you will have two rounds of revisions so that we can get things looking just how you want them.

4

The Techie Bit

Once everything is agreed upon, it’s time to start building your website. If you don’t already have one, this is the part where I set up hosting, purchase URL’s and install WordPress for you. From here I’ll install all the relevant themes and plugins and create a custom child theme for your site.

Images, logos, and graphics will be readied for upload and any fonts and colour palettes will be included on your site.

5

The Finishing Touches

We’re on the home stretch. At this stage, you should be happy with your website and branding, we’ll start to put together any social media branding and stationery. Plus, any finishing touches to your site.

6

Handover

When we’re done and you’re happy with everything, this is the part where we start to close up the project. Final payments will be made and any files will be sent to you for you to use later. We’ll have a final call to go over any training you may need to maintain your site later (don’t worry, I won’t abandon you after this… I’m still on hand if you get stuck) and everything is prepared for your launch. Then you can pop open the prosecco and enjoy your new website.

 

Get in touch…

Use the form below to contact me with and questions about future projects or collaborations… or just want to chat about Harry Potter (Ravenclaw) and I’ll respond within 48hours. Aletrnately, you can email me at hello@colletteandcoco.com