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Here’s what nobody says …

To determine the price of a website is the market.
There is not an “objective” price, as does not exist an effective development cost nor raw materials.
The making of a web site is a service, and not the selling of a product, so the price is due to labor costs, time spent and skills involved.
In addition a website can be done in various ways, and very similar results can be achived with different budgets.

The main question is not “how much does a site cost” but “what is my budget”. Starting from this we can offer the right solution for you.
And you will see that our services are not expensive becouse you pay just what you need…

possible solutions…

STATIC WEBSITE
A static website is also called a Classic website, a 5-page website or a Brochure website because it simply presents pre-defined information to the user.
Similar to handing out a printed brochure to customers or clients, a static website will generally provide consistent, standard information for an extended period of time. Although the website owner may make updates periodically, it is a manual process to edit the text, photos and other content and may require website skills.

DYNAMIC WEBSITE
A site where the contents change frequently is called dynamic website. To do that, the contents need to be easily managed with few web design skills. The use of a CMS (Content Management System) allows a web administrator to edit contents with a simple editor and a controll pannel.
Ther are several 
CMS on the market such as Joomla and WordPress.
The right choice can be done as a compromise between flexibility, costs, usability…

ANIMATED WEBSITE
The term “animation” refers to moving objects merged in the graphics.
The goal of this sites is to create a stong visual impact.
Animations can be integrated both into a static or dynamic site.

E-COMMERCE WEBSITE
E-commerce sites are standard web sites based on an on-line catalog, linked to a payment system.
Using Magento we can easily run an e-commerce solution at a standard price, by customizing the graphics.

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