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How long does it take to create a website?

The time it takes to create a website can range from one week to several months. As with the price of a website, it depends on what stage the planning of your website project is at and how much material is already available.

Michael Mai, 14.01.2024

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Of course, we can only name our "part" here. However, the time it takes to create a website also depends on you, namely on the following factors:

  • Are all the results of your website planning and strategy already available? What stage is the website planning process at?
  • What is the quality of your material? (For example, we actually had to scan and edit long texts via OCR because they were only available as screenshots).
  • How many decision-makers are there? The more people involved in the decision-making process, the more time needs to be scheduled.
  • And of course: How big will the website be and how many people are involved in creating the content?

If all the above points are running optimally and you have done your homework, a website project usually takes around four to six weeks for a customised website with the website gardeners, from the start of the order to the launch. Depending on the complexity (online shops, web apps, complex migrations), it can of course take longer.

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