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ServiceSeeking.com.au has a huge variety of Web Developers from all over Australia and around the world. As one of our most popular categories, you can expect quotes on your web application development project within a day with some jobs generating more than 10 quotes.
Web development application prices start from as low as $25 per hour (for overseas talent from developing countries) and rise to more than $500 per hour for top quality local web developers with feedback and extensive portfolios.
Many people prefer a local website developer. The average web application development quote on an hourly basis is $60, which gets you a local web developer, with great feedback, extensive experience and a keen eye for web design.
The average prices quoted for website development includiung web design & complicated web application development are as follows:
Web Developers are specialists in writing the code that makes a web application work. Web designers, on the other hand, usually focus on the look and feel or general page flow of your website and would be able to create visually appealing websites without the input of a web developer.
For a simple static site you should hire a web designer. For a complicated interactive site, hire a web developer. For a major website, you may also need to find specialists in search engine optimisation, user experience design, copywriting or graphic design to assist, too.
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If you think that a business website is an electronic brochure with information about who you are and what you do, then think again.
Web designers charge $57 per hour on average. Someone with specialised skills in a particular technology might cost a bit more. For example flash animators charge $67 per hour.
You should definitely check out the designer's portfolio of work and ask them to provide references.
You should provide designers with the main purpose of the site. For example a florist might want a website to "let potential clients see a showcase of my arrangements". A mechanic might want a site "where people can book their car in for service". A printer might want a site to "share pricing information with customers". In each case, the information, look and feel of the site would suit different skills, technology and layout
Developers charge $60 hour on average. Skilled developers with experience coding in languages like PHP, Java, Ruby or .NET often charge over $100 per hour, but produce better code or produce code faster.
You should check out the developer's portfolio of work and ask them to provide references. It's very hard to verify the quality of code produced if you don't know what to look for, so you may need to rely on other people's feedback to make a decision.
Let them know what you want your application to do. If a developer knows the main purpose of the website, they can get a feel for how complicated the database setup might be, what servers are required, and whether it will be necessary to build in eCommerce facilities like shopping carts.
Graphic designers charge $60 per hour on average, but you can get much cheaper rates from outsourcing to an overseas designer, though quality can suffer.
The "look and feel" of your website is something that most people notice subconsciously. An attractive site with some stylish graphic elements can make a big difference between people sticking around to investigate or going elsewhere online. Ask graphic designers to provide a portfolio and look especially at design work that they have done for the web. It is not quite the same as graphic design for print.
Get a graphic designer to apply the visual "polish" to your site. They can design stylish clickable buttons, custom icon sets, logos, flash animations, gradiated background images, textures, drop-shadows, and help with your colour schemes and typography choices.