Yes, indeed. There's a place on the order form for you to be specific about any changes you want to your logo or how you want a new logo designed.
We give you a full two months to fill out the web design form and send it to us.
We will design most any site you like. However, our web host does not allow anything illegal, pornographic or involving any type of gambling. If you want a site with questionable content you will have to purchase the website files and host the site on your own server or hosting account.
Once your Twitter background and color theme is in place, it's all yours. Your Facebook page images are located online with your website files. If you take your site down, the images will disappear from your Facebook page. If you intend on canceling your website but want to keep your Facebook page, be sure to have someone host your images for you.
Once you have submitted your order form and any images you'd like to use, we will usually have your site complete in 7-14 days. Occasionally a site may take longer if it is large or more complicated.
Yes, it is long. It's a very personalized and important order for your business. We can help you with some of it. Of course, we can't help you decide on what to write on your site, but we can help you with colors and ideas for images. Contact us and we'll set up an appointment with you to go over any questions you may have about the ordering process.
If South Shore Studio is hosting your website, you can order any change or maintenance work by contacting us. If you have taken ownership of your site files, we can still make changes for you at the current hourly rate. Use the Contact page to describe what you need done.
Yes, you certainly can as long as it's from a US bank account. Checks slow things down a bit so you won't receive your order form until your check has cleared. Call us before mailing a check so we can give you an exact amount and payment address.
Since each site has a different layout and navigation, charges will vary. Contact us and we'll give you a price. Generally, it won't be more than your initial pages.