Pricing

Website Development Costs

How Much Does A Website Cost?

The short answer is that it depends on what kind you want.

Do you need a small website for your small business? A full-fledged ecommerce site for your tech company? Something even fancier? Depending on the business, a website could cost $1,000, $5,000, $100,000, or more.

Small Business
$1,000–$2,500

A typical small business website will have the following pages: Home, Services/Products, Events, Blog, Contact and About Us. A site like this will cost between $1,000 and $2,500 depending on how many UI features or animations you have.

Ecommerce
$5,000–$10,000

Depending on your products and services, you may need all kinds of custom tools and designs. Your site might need features like: Customer accounts, Order handling options, Shipping & handling options and Multiple payment gateways.

Custom Solution
$10,000K+

These kinds of sites have custom, well, everything. Custom design, content, Apps, animations, APIs, Dashboards, etc. As you might guess, major corporations like Apple or American Airlines pay a king’s ransom for their 100%-custom websites.

Our Process

The "Four D's"

Here at Kodenum, we view website construction as equal parts art and science. Our “four D’s” of site construction are: Discovery, Design, Develop and Deploy

Discovery

Initial consultation; determining requirements, architecture, budget, constraints, etc.

Develop

Coding and Building the site; ironing out kinks in the design. Make it ready for production.

Design

Laying out the wireframe (website blueprint); fine-tuning the branding.

Deploy

Website launch; search engine optimization (SEO); marketing; long-term growth.

How Much Does a Website Cost?

Figuring out a fair website development cost can be tricky. Kodenum makes it easy. We explain the basics of website cost so you can make an informed choice.