Any questions?

Having a website built can be an overwhelming experience, even for the most computer savvy people. I know that starting a new website isn't an everyday experience for you so I try to make it as painless as possible, every step of the way.

What happens after you contact me?

Once you contact me I'll send you a list of 10 questions so that I can learn about you and your business. Based on your answers, if I think that we would be a good fit, we'll set up a phone call where we can both ask each other questions and learn more about each other.

How much does it cost?

Of course, this is a tough question to answer since every website is so different. If cost is your main criteria in choosing a web developer please consider a different website developer. I aim to be a reliable asset to your business and to get you a return on your investment. I'm not the cheapest website developer you'll find and I don't aim to be.

With that being said, my prices are competitive with other established web developers, agencies and consultants. Websites start at $3,000 and can be higher depending on the scope of the project.

How long will it take to design and build my new website?

This is also a hard question to answer since every project is a little bit different. On average it takes about 4 weeks to complete a website, but this does vary depending on the complexity and number of pages in the website. In most cases, I'm waiting on the client and the client is not waiting on me.

Please keep in mind that I only take on 2 new clients a month and, due to demand, there is usually a waiting list of 3-4 weeks before I can start development on a new project (however I can work with you to get everything together during that time so that we can hit the ground running)

Do you accept every client?

No, I'll know early on if a client is not a good fit – if it isn't I'll quickly let you know so neither of our time is wasted. Creating a new website is a big endeavor, so we need to have good chemistry.

What is Buckle Up Studios? Is it just one person or a group of people?

Good question! I am an independent website consultant and "Buckle Up Studios" is the name of my business. To answer the question more: it's just me.

I know it's a bit confusing. I keep using the name "Buckle Up Studios" because I like it and I already built up the brand. I choose to not have an in-house team, but the name allows me the option to expand my business in the future if I'd like.