This package is for the individual or organisation who wants to go beyond basic WordPress functionality and introduce eCommerce, memberships and/or directories to their website.
The WordPress Platform Package allows you go beyond the basic capabilities of WordPress and develop a dynamic site, fully customised to your business needs.
Here’s what you get with the WordPress Platform Package:
- 60-90 minute consultation with a senior web developer who will listen to what you need and sketch out the options for you.
- A dedicated junior and senior developer team who will build your website for you according to the sketches agreed upon with the senior developer.
- A responsive website which looks good on a computer, tablet and phone.
- Essential web pages for your organisation including a blog (if desired) and contact page.
- Additional web pages to help you with admin tasks (i.e. Volunteer Registration Form, Room Booking form, Supporter interest form, quizzes, etc.)
- Additional functionality such as eCommerce, memberships, directories and more…
- Digital Marketing ready site which includes integration with your social media.
- Quality Control check by a senior developer to sign off on the work performed by the junior developer.
- WordPress training videos to show you how to edit your website.
- 3 months basic support package following the completion of your build.
Here’s a sample of the WordPress Platform Package:
How long will it take to build and how much will it cost?
Most WordPress Platform websites take a 3-6 months to build from start to finish, but can be built in less than 3 months in a rush. The cost of a WordPress Platform site starts at £1750. Made with Joy aims to be 100% transparent when it comes to what you are charged. We invoice by the hour and only invoice for work that we have done on your site. Our senior developer rate is £60/hour and our junior developer rate is £30/hour. Third party costs (i.e. SSL Certificates, URL purchases, plugin purchases) are billed separately. A £1000 deposit is required to start work on a WordPress Platform site.