FAQS

I would like a web site. Where do I begin?
To minimize the involvement and cost of the web site designer, supply as much information as possible. The following are suggestions to start with:
Decide what you want on the web.
Set your goals – What do you want to accomplish?
Organize your ideas into main topics.
Decide what you want your web site to look like.
Colors?
Layout ideas

Do you admire a web site that you have viewed on the Internet that would give us an an idea of what you would like? Can I start with approximately eight pages to my web site and add onto it later?
Absolutely. After your web site is up and running, contact us with additional ideas.

I have a web site, but I’d like it to look more professional. Can you help?
Yes. A web designer specialist will examine your current site, discuss your goals, and work with you to plan the redesign of your site.

What is the difference between web design and web maintenance?
Web design is the actual creation of the initial web site. Web maintenance is the updating and changing of content on that site. The web design contract is separate from the web maintenance or webmaster agreement. Usually minimal changes to a website will not be assessed. For example, if your e-mail address changes and you want it corrected on the web page, you will not be charged. Simply e-mail your request. However, if you expect your site to change frequently, a web maintenance agreement is highly recommended.

I have a nonprofit organization and have a limited budget. Can you help?
Bukisweb extends special discounts to nonprofit organizations. We will help you in each step of the process to minimize your expenses.