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 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 marvelous. They also have more money in the bank. Here’s some good news: for every hour invoiced, I pledge to work an extra half hour pro bono. Bit like a carbon tax. Karma restored!

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 50 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 £1750.

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?