FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What's the process?
Getting started with the Iris Designs Team is easy! Just follow these steps
Complete, Request a Quote, form.
Receive a call from a dedicated team member, to schedule your Zoom Consultation Call.
Accept Iris Designs as your dedicated project managers.
Agree to the terms listed in your contract
Schedule your Design Meeting with your designer
Project Begins (don't worry, there's a middle process)
Review your designers.
What is a Design Meeting?
Will you have ownership of your website?
Absolutely! All paid-in-full clients are owners of their platform with our designers holding access to their websites as Admin or Website Managers.
My project is launched, but I need help!
If you are within your 30-45 "soft-editing" period, we can help you with your website at no additional charge. Please contact your Iris Design team at email@example.com
How do I view my e-commerce payments on Wix?
Visit Wix Help Center
I was an Iris Designs client and I'd like to start a NEW project with you!
Sweet! We're happy to have you back. If you are a confirmed Iris Designs (previous) client, you're in luck - there's a discount waiting for you, for your next project!
How much does a new website cost?
There’s not one single answer to this question. A website design is quoted based on the needs of each individual project. Every website is unique and requires different components; we design custom websites specifically for your small business. We’ll ask a lot of questions, assess your needs, and give you a quote based on that assessment. Most of our sites run in the $1,500 – $5,000 range, but can be more or less depending on needs.
How long does it to get a new website?
Our goals are to shoot for a six to eight week turnaround, but the pace of any project is set by each client.
Do I have to be local to work with you?
Nope! We work with clients all over the United States.
Will my website be mobile-friendly?
Absolutely! Having a mobile-friendly website is more important than ever! We work hard to ensure your website looks great on a variety of devices.
How do I pay?
We understand this is a big investment and want to help you budget for your investment. We accept PayPal and all major credit/debit card payments.
How much input do I have in my project?
A lot! Your input and feedback is crucial to this process. We’ll start with a lot of questions about your needs, your likes, your wants and work with you to develop just the right look and functionality.
What are my payment options?
1. All up front + Applicable Taxes
2. x2 Payments (Half down + net 30) + Applicable Taxes
3. x3 Months + Applicable Taxes (Qualified participants must spend over + $1,500.00 for their project)
4. x6 Months + Applicable Taxes (Qualified participants must spend over + $2,500.00 for their project)
Late (Installment) Payments
Assignee understands that once an installment payment is seven (7) calendar days past due, a $99 late fee will be added to the installment amount due. Once the account is ten (10) calendar days past due, the assignee's project will be placed on hold with the assignee subject to a reinstatement fee equivalent to 15% of the remaining balance due to resume services.
If an assignee's project is placed on hold due to non-payment of their contracted installment, the assignee will be subject to a reinstatement fee equivalent to 15% of the remaining balance due to resume services.
Payment Installment Schedules
The first Payment of a Client’s Installment Plan is considered the Down Payment or Payment in Full required to begin services as identified in the Client Agreement. The second and additional payment(s) (identified within the Client Agreement) are due within 30-day payment intervals from the first payment deposit date. *Please note that these terms may be subject to change.
I need to make a Change Request to my current project.
A “Change Request” is any request for work outside the scope of the Client Agreement. If such a request is made, the Designer will notify the Client that it is a Change Request. If the Client still wants to proceed with the Change, the Designer will bill the work on a time and materials basis, at the Designers hourly rate up to $120/hr. The designer may also extend its delivery schedule. If the Change Request alters the scope of the project by more than 20%, the Designer may submit a new proposal to the client.
What's the difference between Wix and Wordpress?
The main difference between the two are the technical approaches for each platform. WiX offers more ease-of-use for both the consumers and users of the platform, whereas, WordPress typically requires more technical knowledge for the user to make changes, or customized modifications. In terms of pricing, WordPress site contractors and designs are typically more expensive than WiX because of the technical knowledge and use of code for those platforms. We typically operate out of Wix however, if you prefer a WordPress site, we got you covered there too.
I was given a quote, how long is it good for?
Quoted prices are good for 14-days from the date of receipt.