What is the typical timeline for completing a website design project?

The time it takes to finish a website project is like a choose-your-own-adventure story. It all depends on a few things. For example, putting together a simple 10-page brochure site when the client already has the text ready is a smooth and quicker ride compared to tackling a full-blown e-commerce site for a company with tons of products that also wants a fresh new look.

A basic informational website with just the essentials might wrap up in about 2 to 4 months. On the other hand, if yours is a complex e-commerce website with custom features, the journey could stretch beyond six months. Remember, these are ballpark estimates, and the actual timeline can vary based on all the nitty-gritty details.

What sets the pace are things like how complicated the project is, what features you need, the size and skills of the team working on it, and how quickly you can provide content and feedback. To speed things up, keep the communication flowing, make sure the project scope is crystal clear, and get content and feedback to us pronto. We’re all about tailoring the timeline to fit your project’s unique needs and priorities, so let’s make it an adventure together!