Questions and Support

Please find below some commonly asked questions and answers, if you do not find the answer you are looking for or would like to speak to us on another matter please click the support form tab and complete your request or enquiry on the given form.

A web site's cost is based upon many factors, including timeframe, complexity, and amount of content. If you have a very small site that is mostly non-interactive, the site can be developed in a relatively short time and will be less expensive than a site that requires many hours of complex programming and design.

It's very difficult to give accurate quotes for web site design, but we encourage you to contact us for a free estimate.
Many programs have hit the market that allow users with little computer experience to build very functional web sites. However, when you hire a web designer, you are paying for their experience and their expertise as well as their skills. A designer will know what looks good, what works for users, and will be able to leverage their knowledge to build you a quality site.

Web designers are aware of current and future trends, fads, laws, and accepted practices and therefore are a great resource for your organization.
Indromen Development retains the rights to all graphics and designs we create throughout the development process. When your site is completed, we transfer the rights to you. We do ask that you keep our “designed by” wordmark on your site for at least a year as a courtesy, but it is not required.

You always retain the copyright to your content, whether it's text, images, or graphics you provide to us, and we return all hard copies to you at the end of the project.
You should find out who will be performing the work on your site. Many web contractors will assign a designer to your project. This designer will be your point of contact for all matters.
You should obtain a list of their policies and ask for a sample contract. Some web designers may retain the copyrights to web sites they have designed for you!
You should ask about hosting. Web site design contracts and cost estimates do not always include a place for your web site to be stored so it can be viewed by the public.
You should definitely ask about turnaround time and how you will be able to monitor progress of your project.
You should find out who owns the copyrights to your web pages! Some contractors hold the copyright to your pages and can charge you repeatedly for licensing fees or updates.

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