How much to make a website responsive?
April 22, 2014 6:26 PM Subscribe
So, the company that employs me just recently rebuilt and redesigned their website. It's a pretty large site (think trade association that does a lot of public outreach), but only about eight templates. Now that that's done, the brass wants to the site to be responsive, and now it's time to budget that.
posted by anonymous to Work & Money (10 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
Yeah, I know. We should have done this during the redesign process, but they didn't. Details: Kentico 6 platform, about eight page templates (news story, basic text/graphics page, document download lander, etc.). Not really complicated pages at all.
Basically, what ballpark would you shoot for? $150,000? $15,000? $150? I'm finding it difficult to figure out just because there isn't a total redesign to do with it, but I do understand this will be a major overhaul.
Since it probably matters, we don't have a mobile site either. Phones and tablets see our site just like somebody with a 27" widescreen.
Anonymous because, well, it wouldn't be that hard to find out who I work for, and I don't want them or anybody else to know. Throwaway email: email@example.com