How much does a web site cost?

We’re often asked this! It depends on what’s meant by a ‘website’ or ‘brochure’. Every client has unique requirements, so to give a fair price we need to establish how much work is involved. Once we’ve had a chat we can produce a quotation. This initial consultation is free and with no obligations. We put real thought into our quotations, taking time and effort so you can see exactly what’s proposed.

Websites vary hugely in complexity – the amount of design work, coding, content-management-system, photography, web-hosting, seo, logo design – the list is long!

We understand the things that make up a website can be overwhelming so we’ll guide you every step of the way with solid advice about how best to achieve excellent value for money. If you’re looking for a design company that will work tirelessly to create something special I’m sure we can help!

To enquire about anything print related contact and all web site related enquiries contact

Don’t just take our word for it…

The web design team at Red2Design offered close support throughout every stage of the construction of our new website. From initial concept right through to final design and the inputting of data – the team at Red2Design were extremely easy to work with offering ideas and suggestions at every step of the way. We really felt like they understood our needs and offered flexibility and support – even after completion of the site.
Claire Williams - Conference Manager, Staffordshire Conference Bureau
From initial design ideas to implementation Red 2 Design provided a cost effective and efficient design service. Time scales were always met and any changes were quickly implemented. The website design work was also complemented by their print design service with brochures and flyers having the same look and feel as the websites.
Mike Gardner, X2Comms
I have had so many comments about the web design, everyone I have shown it to is very impressed and says how clearly it is laid out. Thank you for a great job!
Ben Taggart, Archistory