The Process

How does this work? Where do I start?

Is Web Design By Faith a registered company?

We are registered as a Limited Liability Corporation with our official title being Web Design By Faith, LLC.

How long does it take to complete a website?

Websites can be completed in as little as a week depending on the complexity.

Do you create the website from scratch?

We purchase the template from a provider and customize it for your organization.

What payment methods are accepted?

We accept credit cards, checks, cash, paypal, and cash app to name a few.

How much is it for you to maintain my website?

We have a flat fee of $50 per month for small weekly changes or $80 per month for more frequent changes. Our you can utilize our $30 per hour rate.

I want to maintain my own website. Will I be able to do so?

You will receive instructions on how to edit text for your website. You do need to be technically savvy. Most simple changes can be done easily. For more complicated design changes it is recommended to utilize our $30 per hour rate if you don’t have a maintenance package for updates.

What are some example websites that you have done?

See our Portfolio

Can I purchase a template and design my own site?

Templates require technical knowledge of HTML, CSS, Flash, and some JAVA. Most people don’t possess this knowledge. You will also need Photoshop to edit the PSD files, Adobe Flash to edit the flash files, and an HTML editor such as Dreamweaver.


Where do I start?

What type of site do you want?

Start with reviewing the designs in the gallery. There are several galleries to choose from and hundreds of designs. Any design in any category can be modified to suit your needs.

Choose a Package.

Are you looking for a small 5 page site or a massive 30 page site with all the bells and whistles. Choose the package that suits your needs.

Review the proposal.

An initial design analysis and cost projection will be emailed to you.

Who is Faith?

A better questions is What is Faith? “Now FAITH is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” ~ Hebrews Chapter 11 Verse 1