That’s a funny question. It’s like asking, “how long is a piece of string?”
It’s an impossible question to answer because each website is different. How long it takes to build a website is a function of several things, and we’ll list some of them below:
- How big is the website?
- How many pages is it and how much text, graphics, and photos are on each page?
- Is the client in a hurry?
- How complex is the design of the website? Does the website have moving parts and flashing lights? We’re exaggerating a little here, but the question is sincere.
- How accessible and responsive is the client? Building a website requires input from the client at regular intervals. If the client is hard to connect with, then this will cause delays.
- How busy are we at that specific time?
So, while it’s impossible to answer this question with precision, we can give you an idea. For a simple one-page website, figure a matter of days or a week or so. For a several-page website, figure a few weeks until it’s polished. For a massive website with a lot of written copy on many pages, figure one month minimum.
HOWEVER, as Uncle Sol used to say, “when you have money, you can buy it in the middle of the night.” If the client is in a big rush and willing to pay a premium to get it done ultra-fast, we are all willing to work around the clock to make it happen.
We love what we do, and we’re good at it. We’ll have fun no matter what. And you will, too, if you’re our client.