Fair price tags on every website

Cause everyone deserves to shout about what they do.
Jump to project pricing

I work on a sliding scale basis.

Project costs are based on ability to pay, and the social and environmental impact my work can facilitate.

Pro bono

If you’re working on a praiseworthy project and really need (but can’t afford) a website, I may be able to help. If I can’t work on your design, I will try to point you in the right direction and provide you with some free tools.


If you’re a charity, a non-profit, a green company, a community group, a social enterprise, or any other organisation doing something for the greater good – I’m talking to you. Get in touch, this could be the start of something beautiful.

The full whack

Many for-profit companies are quite marvellous. Working on commercial projects also gives me more leeway to do pro bono work for organisations who need it. Think of it as hiring with an extra sprinkle of good karma.

A cynic knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.

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How much would I have charged for this website?

Being somewhat anally retentive, I track every hour I spend on every website. Including this one.

This site took 49 hours to complete including branding, planning, copywriting and everything in between. Had I charged myself, it would be at a concessionary fee (obvs).

That equals a price tag of £1960.

It’s useful to keep in mind that conceptualising, planning, mapping and designing a website are a lot easier to do when there’s just one person making decisions – not a whole team or me and a client.

But still, not bad eh?