Name Your Price...

This promotion is exactly what is says, “name your price.” You’re probably asking yourself, “what do you mean, name my price?” I know not everyone has a large budget, or even a budget at all when it comes to custom creative design. I want everyone to be able to have something they are proud of, but also something that truly benefits them as a business person or on a personal level. So I came up with this creative solution that I believe will encompass this all.

How Does It Work?

It’s pretty simple. You tell me what you’re willing to spend and I tell you what I can do for you. If we agree on the arrangements, we start building!

Choose Your Design Budget

Choose Your Maintenance Plan

Start Building Your Site

What Can I Expect?

You can expect a high quality, efficient and user friendly website. If I am putting my name on it for all the world to see, you better believe your site is going to be bangin’! You can also expect a very smooth process. I will help you organize your content, give you specific content needs/ requests, and offer advice based on many years of experience. You will always know exactly what you are getting, no surprises, no hidden costs or fees, everything is laid out from the beginning.

What Do I Get?

Besides a fully customized website to fit your personal or business needs, everything below is included.

Fully customized website to fit your business or personal needs.




24 - 48 hour response time for updates


The number one issue my clients face is having to make changes or keeping their site up-to-date on a regular basis. At first, they tend to be all gung ho, but when the business or home life get crazy, the website is usually the first thing that gets neglected. There’s no need to worry about that with this solution because I take care of that for you. That’s right, you never have to touch your site! All you have to do is provide the content and I make all the changes for you within a 24-48 hour window.

What's the Catch?

The catch is, there is no catch. I believe in full transparency. There’s no fine print. You simply decide what you can budget for your project and we talk about the available options. Whether your budget is in the hundreds or in the thousands, we can find a way to make your project work.


Is there a minimal budget to get started?

The short answer to this, no. I understand that every client’s budget is not the same, but this shouldn’t mean your site should suffer. I do the best I can to deliver everything the client needs within their budget.

What is web maintenance?

Web maintenance is keeping your site up to date, making backups of your site incase something were to ever get lost, addressing security and spam issues, making content updates to the site for the client such as text, images, SEO, keywords, etc.

What should I expect to pay for the initial design fee?

You should expect to pay what you can afford or what you’re willing to budget. I get asked all the time, “how much does a typical website cost?” My answer is always the same, “there is no such thing as a typical website… clients have different needs and requests, and depending on what they need, will ultimately determine the cost.” However, if you’re one of those that needs a range of costs, I have built sites for as little as $200, and as much as $25,000+… Yes, good design can be expensive.

How much is the monthly maintenance fee?

The monthly maintenance fee will vary by client and their needs. Typically, the monthly maintenance fee is based on the amount of hourly updates a client will make per month. The more hours needed for updates monthly, the higher the monthly fee. Monthly maintenance fees start at $50/month.

What's included in the monthly maintenance?

With this promotion, the monthly maintenance includes hosting for your website, monthly updates to text, photos, videos, documents, etc, security updates, plugin updates, SEO and keyword updates. Most updates will be completed within a 24/48 hour window.

How long will it take to build my site?

The length of time to build a website depends largely on the size of the site, the number of pages and the amount of content. The single greatest factor in a delayed timeline is the client not having the content together.