You can retain us to do your look and feel; if so, you should receive a bug request in Mantis which contains the following questions:
1. What is your company product?
2. What feeling do you want to evoke with those who buy your product?
3. Description of any ideas and color schemes you have in mind (sample colors will be helpful).
4. Your logo if you already have one.
5. Upload any pictures you would like incorporated to the look and feel.
6. Any reference sites you like that you can share for an idea on what you prefer.
Our $1500 look and feel charge includes up to 15 hours of the web designer's time. We will create a Look/Feel for you that is Mobile Responsive, and organize up to 5 pages of YOUR supplied words and Pictures. If you prefer not to supply pictures, we can search for them for you and purchase them (the charges for the photos would be confirmed with you first). The time taken to find the photos will be deducted from your 15 hour time allowance.
This Look and Feel Price does not include any work done with Flash or an inclusion of such.
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