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- 16 Apr 2008
There are some questions that Cal Coast Web Design receives from it’s clients and even prospective clients on a frequent basis so tonight we’ll take some time to answer those questions for those of you who’ve been wondering but have yet to ask.
Q. Why am I limited to a certain number of changes during Phase 1 of my website design with Cal Coast.
A. Designing a site, be it a mock or final version uses a considerable amount of Cal Coast resources. A new Cal Coast client is given three opportunities to make sweeping changes to their website. These changes include the modification of content, images, design, and media. If any new Cal Coast client requires more than these three changes, a fee will be applied to each additional change as to cover the cost incurred by Cal Coast Web Design.
Q. Why does Cal Coast delay the adding of new content to my website?
A. More often than not our clients will elect to provide with partial content when asking to have new information added to their websites instead of sending all of it over at one time. Adding partial information to a website does little to nothing for your website and its much easier and faster to add all the new information at one time. This will also help to keep your website looking complete and will help it avoid looking like a work in progress.
Q. Once a final design is chosen for my website will I be allowed to make additional changes to the overall design?
A. Yes you are free to make as many changes to your design as you feel need to be made. You will however incur fees for each change that occurs after Phase 1. These fees come in the form of hourly charges which allow our talented design staff to modify your design and create new pages.
We hope that this answers some of the questions you may have about Cal Coast and your website. Should you require further assistance, please contact us!