Typically, up to 3 rounds of revisions will be included in the initial agreement. If more revisions are needed, we can provide an estimate for that. We base our estimates based off of past performance data and the perceived complexity of the specific work to be completed.
Project start dates are set once the agreements are signed and initial payments
are received. Our typical kickoff is about 3 weeks out from signed contracts. Reach out for current availability.
The cost of creating a website varies based on the complexity and functionality required, as well as the level of craftsmanship and experience desired. Underbelly specializes in building exceptional websites for small businesses and large enterprises. A basic website can typically cost between $5,000 and $15,000, while a more complex website with custom features can cost $20,000 or more. E-commerce or enterprise websites can cost over $100,000, and are tailored to meet the specific needs of the client.
The timeline for developing a website can vary, but we typically see projects launch within 1-3 months.
In a fixed-price contract, the scope of work is defined and agreed upon before the project begins. We will be responsible for completing all the tasks and deliverables within the scope of the project, and the price will remain fixed. If changes are requested to the scope, we can provide an estimate for that.
In a time and materials contract, the scope of work is not defined upfront and can change during the project without the need for change orders or new work estimates. The agency will charge for the time and materials used, and the total cost of the project will depend on the scope of work and any changes made to it.