How long does it take to build a website? This is one of the most common questions we hear. It’s also one of the key factors in the success of your project.
A web design agency will take on the whole project for you from start to finish, and will work closely with your brief and requirements.
A simple 10-15 page website should take about 4-6 weeks. This time frame is assuming it is a custom design. The process of designing and deploying a professionally built website could take between two and six months.
There are main factors in a project’s timeline
Responsiveness and active participation of clients are crucial so the team can work seamlessly, having a clear website vision before its eyes. It will define the overall seamlessness of the project’s flow.
A successful website must have practical and appealing content. It’s not limited to visual, video, and audio content, texts, and possibly content migrated over from existing sites. Key messages, calls to action, page titles, headings, and keywords must be placed to optimize their performance on search engines.
Larger websites take longer than smaller ones. In general, the more pages a website has, the larger the project is and the longer it takes. The reason for this is because each additional page requires additional QA (quality assurance), Mobile Design, graphics, SEO tagging.