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

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.


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

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


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


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


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


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.