Business Web Design


Spell Out the Contract

Don’t make the mistake of paying or assuming that a Website Designer/Developer will do as you think, or that you’re on the same page. This is equally important for the Designer/Developer too as they may find themselves doing more than what they agreed to do on the website too.

Mistaken assumptions can affect the relationship between you both. Not good.

A contract should spell out;

  • Who are the Parties
  • What is the cost
  • When should costs be paid
  • What is the final date
  • Are there any late/delayed penalties?
  • Ownership of the content
  • Due diligence regarding copyright of the site’s images and content
  • Maintenance and Hosting Costs
  • Service provided as part of Hosting

Protection for both parties is key.

See an example of our Standard Contract, Terms and Conditions.