Coming from a background in fine art film and video, I have taken those aesthetic sensibilities and a modest understanding of tech with me into my current digital design practice.
Sometimes I work with clients from the very earliest concept stages of a project through to it’s completion and on other occasions I might just work specifically on the technical part of putting a website together. I’m equally comfortable and experienced in art direction, website design, graphic design and creative artworking.
All projects are scheduled, planned and priced accordingly.
Typically prices range from £300 for minor web modifications, mailchimp set-up/intergration and graphic design/artworking…
To £500 ~ £800+ for a blog set-up, style and configure…
To £1100+ for a fully functioning portfolio/business website built with WordPress or Squarespace…
To £2500+ for online retail and bespoke build websites.
Please feel free to contact me regarding any of the services above.
jason hart | email@example.com | +44 (0) 7814 302013
Some Useful Terms
UX User Experience ~ the practice within website design which focusses on how a user/shopper/client actually engages with the various on screen elements
CMS Content Management System ~ the “back-end” of a website, whereby it’s owner can access, add and edit their content, images, portfolios, products etc
URL your domain name ~ chosen by you, your “universal resource locator” is essentially thenameofyourbusiness.com – or similar. They can be added as part of your website subscription package on platforms such as Squarespace or Shopify or can be secured separately (see self-hosted)
Self-hosted ~ commonly a WordPress website will be “self-hosted”. This means that the website owner has to buy hosting space within which to house their website. These “hosting” packages often include domain name registration and can cost anywhere between £30 and £300 per year depending on requirements. Typical hosting companies include godaddy.com or names.co.uk
Plugin ~ a module which “attaches” to the back-end of a website to add enhanced functionality
Taxonomy ~ the process of classifying and organising the content in a website
kickmouth /kɪk//maʊθ/ pronoun ~ reference to a musical past. Derives from the action whereby a producer might create beats which kick mouths into action