Website Design Options are a 1 time cost to create the web site look and feel

Option 1- Basic $99

Your logo, Your colors, Your theme. Our most popular package, everything you need at a low price. 
See an example here

Option 2- Choose a template $199

Want something more than our basic package? Choose from our template collection, provide us your logo and colors and we will have your site up fast.

Option 3- Copy Cat $1200

Already have a website that you love or have seen a site that would fit you perfect? Copy Cat is the package for you. We will take look and feel of an existing site and give it all of the functionality of a BirdDog site.

Option 4- Outside Web Designer $2400 

We will work with your web designer to implement your custom web designs into a fully functioning BirdDog website. Art work must be approved.

Option 5- Custom Website Design (Call for Quote)

Work with BirdDog web designers to get the web site of your dreams. 
Using your corporate identity, BirdDog web designers work with you to produce a web site that is unique to your company and takes full advantage of BirdDog functionality. Price includes consultation where we review your goals and ideas. Then our design team creates a mock up and schedules a review of the mockup with you to see what you like and what you want changed. The mockup is updated according to your feedback and a final review is scheduled for your approval. The look and feel of your website is can be anything you desire. From simple to elaborate we will work with your design goals to create the online presence you need. Fixed bid includes consultation with web designer, 2 initial mockups and up to 4 revision rounds. 
Planning questionnaire- Documentation is used to plan the site while taking into account the purpose, audience and content most suitable for the website. Documentation may be considered a prototype for the website. This review process increases the likelihood of success of the website.
Site Map- The planning documentation is used to develop a document or visual diagram called a site map. This creates a visual of how the web pages will be interconnected, which helps in deciding what content will be placed on what pages. In addition to planning the structure, the layout and interface of individual pages may be planned using a storyboard. Custom individual page layouts may be designed in greater detail.  

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