Freelance Web Designer vs Web Design Company
A lot of these clients initially hired web designers offering terrific prices that were irresistible. They offer a meeting place where businesses post projects and freelancers bid on them. It's a nice way to save a buck, but remember, you get what you pay for.Also stay away from web site template systems. Avoid that fish-hook. Again, you get what you pay for.
Disappointed One of our clients thoroughly reviewed a freelancer's work and decided to hire him for the company's web site redesign. According to the client, no matter how hard the freelancer tried, he just couldn’t capture the creative vision the company wanted projected. The freelancer was also slow to respond to design revisions, further frustrating and disappointing the client.
Freelance = Part-time Don’t forget that freelance is another word for part-timer. This is usually a college student or a designer who already has a full-time job. If the freelancer fails to deliver on promised expectations then it’s no skin off his or her back and you're left holding the bag.
When choosing a web designer to develop your web site, which will be your storefront to the world, ask yourself a few questions:
Making the Smart Choice You may pay a little more to have a web design company develop your web site, but in the end a professional company will deliver on what they promise, most often exceeding your expectations.
Every client that has come to us has had similar experiences. Most of them did not like the design, or the front-end of the database looked elementary. Professional design permeates all aspects of a web project -- web site pages, logo, layout, text positioning, database display and administrative display.