Website Design Cost Guide: The Pros and Cons of Web Design Cost Options 

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team January 16, 2020
Asking what a website costs is like asking how much a car costs. You can probably find a rusty old pickup for $100, or you could drive the latest Lambo for a cool 7 figures. In both websites and cars, prices vary with need, type, function, size, design, and dozens of other features and factors. What’s most important to you? In this article, we'll provide insight and help demystify all the different options with pros and cons, applicable technologies, usability, platforms, and costs involved for a new website or website redesign. 
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BonAero Homepage Screenshot

ImageWorks Features: BonAero's New Website!

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team August 07, 2018

IWC is proud to feature BonAero, a company that manages logistics for aerospace and defense companies. We recently launched their website, complete with a great logo design, unique subpages, and great content creation! Not to toot our own horn, but we think it’s pretty neat and wanted to share it with you.

We styled the logo to reflect the logo design of Boneal, its parent company (which we also designed!).

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Preservation of Your Messages, Stories and Imagery

Imageworks Releases New Website for Dodge-Chrome!

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team January 05, 2017

Dodge Color and Chrome Imaging joined forces in 2010 to become Dodge-Chrome.  As a result, the market leaders combined over 30 years of photographic and print imaging experience, satisfying both private sector and government clients by providing exceptional solutions and exceeding their highest expectations.

The wesbite redesign by ImageWorks Creative enhances usability and showcases Dodge-Chrome's many services and successful projects, all in keeping with their personality and sensibilities.

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Why Using a “Website Template” Is Just a BAD Idea

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team December 29, 2016

 

We get it. Templates save money and time. Right? But do they really? Let’s look a bit harder.

Isn’t the best way to build a website in 2017 driven by determining FIRST what content you need to show and how you need to show it? Should all designs start with that strategy in mind? Of course! So trying to cram your content into predefined areas doesn’t make much sense.

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Advice for government contractors web sites and marketing

Attention Government Contractors: Don't Neglect Your Web Experience!

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team December 10, 2014

How does the government find vendors? How does anyone find anything these days? We Google – and so does our government!

While federal agencies continue to look at GSA  Schedules (and others) to find contractors, that only accounts for about 10% of all federal procurement spending. That means 90% is being sourced elsewhere, and the nation’s most popular search engine is a top resource.

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Timeline for building and launching a great custom website

Building Great Websites from Scratch: A Timeline

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team October 25, 2014

Building your brand's presence on the web is a huge undertaking, and our clients often wonder what to expect when they begin the journey. There are many steps between confirming your logo and launching your site, but here at ImageWorks, we have things down to a science! We carefully manage our time to make sure that our design delivers everything you need, while still making sure to get your site up and running as quickly as possible.

Designing a custom website is a big project, but we're here to lead the way. 

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Web Design should be responsive for multiple devices.

Planning & Designing a Custom Website with User Experience (UX) in Mind

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team September 18, 2014

Custom designed and built web sites differ from commodity products such as DIY (Do-It-Yourself) web sites and pre-built website templates in that the website process starts with a full discovery process and transcends in to strategy, conversion planning, and goal setting. This is followed by the actual design of each relevant page, module, and visual element, pixel by pixel to create the desired user experience - one that will tell your story and build your brand’s trust and credibility.

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