Thinking About a Website Redesign? Basic Costs Breakdowns

Web designers are essential for your users website experience and search engines (optimization). A general website redesign costs estimate are between $1500-$15,000. A basic redesign should cost cost around $2000 depending on the underlying mechanics such as whether its based off free WordPress, Drupal, etc.

It’s essential that you redesign for mobile users (responsive website design) as most of the traffic these days are from a Tablet or Smartphone.

Designers general charge by the number of pages on your website. Also, note that websites that include a storefront with carts and products may increase the redesign costs. If your website includes e-commerce functionality, always include that e-commerce functionality in the website redesign budget. Adding interactive media can cost you between $200-$13,000. A custom CMS solution can cost between $2,000-$25,000. Look for a free CMS such as WordPress that would lower the costs and can be easily updated on the fly by a website owner.

Building or redesigning a website yourself with a template is usually the cheapest option. It can range anywhere from a few hundred dollars to $3,000 or more, but the real “cost” here is the time and hassle required.

Depending on your redesign goals, you’ll be able to find a freelancer that will charge anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000 for a simple website and upwards of $10,000 to $20,000+ for a bigger website with a variety of template designs, custom features, store fronts, e-commerce, etc.

Agencies are businesses that are fully devoted to marketing, branding, and web design. They are the most expensive option generally, but they also bring diverse experiences and specialties to the table. Agency website design prices start around $10,000 and go up to $50,000 or more depending on the project.

A website redesign is crucial every 3-4 years as the customer visitor habits changes as well as the website tools technologies. Its crucial to pivot when you see your website not converting selling products or gaining client leads. Always too at the website data (Google Analytics) and adjust when the funnels and traffic drop off.