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Friday 9 a.m. - noon
Weekends and Holidays Closed
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Why stop at business cards, you can get your logo on a ton of different things
the possibilities are endless!
A cost effective way to keep your customers up-to-date, from posting jobs on your job board to informing clients of new products or services. What are you waiting for? If you have a brochure designed then take the next step and get it online! With the work force at a premium, your website can be your best sales person and it is always ready for business, day or night.
See Website Packages for details and basic pricing.
This give you the flexibility of setting up your site within a comfortable budget and pages can be added as your business grows.
Price per page does not include animations, photography, flash, photo galleries, forms, shopping carts or data bases. These will be assesed at the time of the project.
• Each package is scalable, you can add additionalcontent or functionality at any time.
• Additional pages are $275 each.
• Packages DO NOT include domain registration or hosting.
• Supplied photos are used “as is”
• There are 3 packages Gold, Silver and Bronze.
• A non-refundable 50% deposit is required upon agreement of project and before work will start.
• Domain registration cost depends on length of time your domain is registered.
Hosting is available on a yearly plan or I can upload to an existing server of your choice.
With design $99 for the first year, $89 for each additonal year.
Domain registration cost depends on length of time your domain is registered.
Widgets (calendars, weather, news feeds)
• Home, pg1, pg2, pg3, pg4
• 10 image Flash photo gallery
• 5 Stock photo images
• Standard copy
• Home, pg1, pg2,
• Basic photo gallery,
• 5 image gallery
• 3 Stock photo images
• Standard copy
• Home, pg1,
• Basic photo gallery,
• 5 image gallery
• 2 Stock photo images
• Standard copy
(a.k.a.The Fine Print)
1. Scope of Work. The Designer agrees to perform the following work with respect to the Web Site as indicated by the estimate and will provide: Prototype. Designer shall provide Client with an initial prototype for approval, which shall consist of: navigational flow chart, home page, 1 subsection site page. The pages shall show the look and feel of the Web Site, including type style, colors, navigational devices, illustrative/photographic styles, buttons, and related design elements. a) Web Site Delivery and Testing. Upon Client’s approval of the initial prototype and receipt of the necessary assets (including but not limited to text, visual, and sound elements) from the Client, the Designer shall create a fully functional Web Site consisting of Index page (also known as Home page) 1 sub web page, reasonably conforming to the initial prototype. If the assets provided by Client cause the Web Site to exceed estimated web pages, the due date specified in Paragraph 2 and fee specified in Paragraph 5 shall be adjusted as provided in those paragraphs. After creation of the functional Web Site, the Designer shall test the Web Site in a Beta version on personal site. A link will be provided for viewing and testing. In consultation with the Client, the Designer shall make necessary corrections in the functionality before uploading the final version of the Web Site to the Client’s Web server or otherwise delivering the final version to the Client as follows (filled in on the final contract).
b) Web Site Maintenance. Designer/Webmaster will maintain site at the direction of the Client and incorporate new assets as Client gives such assets to the Designer, should the Client decide to manage the site, the Webmaster no longer takes responsibility for the content or site functionallity.
2. Due Dates. The Designer shall meet the following due dates:Prototype. The initial prototype shall be presented to the Client ten (10) business days or before ________, 20___.
Web Site Delivery and Testing. The functional Web Site shall be provided in a beta version to the Client within ____ days of Client’s approval of the prototype and receipt of the necessary assets from Client. If the quantity of assets delivered by Client causes the Web Site to exceed ____ Web pages, the deadline for Web Site Delivery shall be extended by ____ days for every ____ additional Web pages. After consultation with Client, the Designer shall make any corrections and upload or deliver the final version of the Web Site within ____ days of receipt of Client’s corrections.
Web Site Maintenance. Designer shall incorporate new assets into the Web Site as agreed between the parties at the time of receipt by Designer of said assets. The Designer’s time for performance shall be extended by any delays caused by the Client, including but not limited to delays arising from the failure to deliver assets or advise the Designer as to corrections.
3. Grant of Rights. Upon receipt of full payment, Designer shall grant to the Client exclusive world Web Site usage rights for the business, nonprofit organization, project, product, or publication named _____________________. The Client shall be the owner of the Web Site but shall have the right to use the Web Site design for this particular Web Site only. In addition, the Client shall have the right to use assets supplied by the Designer only for the Web Site. The html files, images files, animations, Java scripts, CGI programs, and related assets supplied by the Designer may not be used by the Client apart from their use on the Web Site. The Designer retains the right to make portfolio use of the Web Site or parts thereof after the Web Site has been placed on Client’s Web server.
4. Reservation of Rights. All rights not expressly granted shall be reserved to the Designer.
5. Fee. Client agrees to pay the following fees: Prototype. A fee of 50% shall be paid for the prototype, 50% percent (non refundable) on the signing of this Agreement, balance due upon prototype approval and is ready to "go live" is provided to the Client. Site will not be uploaded until final payment is received. 5.1 Web Maintenance. A fee of $75/hour shall be paid for Web maintenance. A grace period of 3 months or 3 hours which ever comes first shall be extended to the Client upon the site going live; thereafter the fee shall be computed on an hourly rate at the discretion of the Designer.
6. Additional Usage. If Client wishes to make any additional uses, Client shall seek permission from the Designer and pay an additional fee to be agreed upon.
7. Expenses. Client agrees to reimburse the Designer for all expenses of production as well as related expenses including but not limited to illustration, photography, travel, messengers, telephone, and unreturned electronic storage media. These expenses shall be marked up 30% percent by the Designer when billed to the Client to cover overhead and carrying expenses.
8. Payment. Designer shall invoice Client as fees are due and Client shall pay on of receipt of each invoice.
9. Advances Against Expenses. At the time of signing this Agreement, Client shall pay Designer $_____ as a nonrefundable advance against expenses. If the advance exceeds expenses incurred, the credit balance shall be used to reduce the fee payable or, if the fee has been fully paid, shall be reimbursed to Client.
10. Revisions. The Designer shall be given the first opportunity to make any revisions requested by the Client. If the revisions are not due to any fault on the part of the Designer, additional compensation shall be paid as follows: hourly rate of $75/hr.
11. Copyright Notice. Copyright notice for the Web Site shall appear in the name of the Client, unless specified to the contrary __________________________________________________. Other copyright notices, such as for photography, illustration, and music, shall be included as required in the relevant releases.
12.Authorship Credit. Authorship credit in the name of the Designer shall appear on the Web Site in the following location: page footer, along with the Designer’s e-mail address. If Client alters the Web Site design, the Designer shall have the right to have Designer’s name removed from the Web Site.
13.Termination Fee: 75% of estimate. In the event of cancellation by the Client, the Client shall pay all expenses incurred by the Designer as well as fees based on the degree of completion of the Web Site. Special provisions regarding cancellation are as follows : full compensation shall be payed for any and all hosting, site registration and additional fees the Designer may have incurred during the development of the Site.
14.Client Responsibilities and Confidentiality. Any and all assets that Client is to supply for the Web Site shall be delivered to the Designer by _______, 20___, in electronic format (delivered on removable storage media or transmitted via the Internet), and such supplied assets shall be in final form and ready for Web Site use. Client shall proofread and edit such assets prior to delivery to Designer, and any additional work due to corrections of such assets, file conversions, or scanning of text or images shall be billed additionally to the fee specified in Paragraph 5. The Designer agrees that any asset supplied by Client, whether for the Web Site or in relation to the business purposes for its development, shall be treated as confidential and neither disclosed to third parties nor used in any way other than for the development of the Web Site. At the completion of work, the Designer shall return to Client the assets supplied by Client.
15.Releases. The Client warrants that it has the right to enter into this Agreement and that Client owns or has obtained appropriate Web Site usage rights for any assets supplied by the Client to the Designer. The Client shall indemnify and hold harmless the Designer and its subcontractors against any and all claims, lawsuits, costs, and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees, arising in connection with the Web Site. This indemnification shall extend to assets obtained by the Designer on the Client’s behalf if the Designer has secured either exclusive or nonexclusive world Web Site usage rights.
16. Arbitration. All disputes shall be submitted to binding arbitration before _____________________________ in the following location __________________________ and settled in accordance with the rules of the Province of Alberta. Judgment upon the arbitration award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. Disputes in which the amount at issue is less than $150 shall not be subject to this arbitration provision.
17. Miscellany. Neither this Agreement nor any rights or obligations hereunder shall be assigned by either of the parties, except that the Designer shall have the right to assign monies due hereunder. Both Client and any party on whose behalf Client has entered into this Agreement shall be bound by this Agreement and shall be jointly and severally liable for full performance hereunder, including but not limited to payments of monies due to the Designer. The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall be binding upon the parties, their heirs, successors, assigns, and personal representatives. This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding between the parties; its terms can be modified only by an instrument in writing signed by both parties, except that the Client may authorize additional fees and expenses orally. A waiver of a breach of any of this Agreement’s provisions shall not be construed as a continuing waiver of other breaches of the same or other provisions hereof. The relationship between the Client and Designer shall be governed by the laws of the Province of Alberta
Here's a great deal, if you are just starting out or hiring a group of new employees,
500 FULL COLOUR Premium Business Cards $175.
250 FULL COLOUR Premium Business Cards $130.
Chamber Members take $20 off!
Includes setup and 1 hour of design.
*GST not included
When designing a project...it is good to have an idea of your target audience, amounts you may need printed and how much you want to spend.
Another aspect that is often over looked is the budget. A budget does not have to be followed to the letter but guidelines help us all in making decisions regarding time and money.
Organizing your ideas and bringing a sample of what you are expecting will also help determine cost.
Photography, original drawings, concepts and research all play a part in determining the end cost.