Your New Website
Your New Website
Process & Timescales
Process & Timescales
Terms & Conditions
Terms & Conditions
Your New Website
Having re-designed over a hundred websites in our 5 years and many being similar to your situation, there are several components to your site which would benefit you greatly.
GENERIC WEBSITE PAGES
Solid call to action attracting new clients as well as encourage current clientele to suggest your website and products to their peers.
We suggest professionaly taken photos and action shots of your team. In addition after you gained traction the listing of reviews and client testimonials will be incredibly helpful.
This page shall include all the contact information for the client to easily reach you such as phone number, opening times and social media links amongst others.
These pages will include the products available on the site of a specific. The user will be able to filter by subcategory as well as price to find the products he wishes. The category pages which will be implemented are:
This page will display all the information related to the product selected by the user.
This page will display all products the user added to his cart. This is the final page the user sees before checkout.
This is the final page the user sees before checking out and paying for the products.
THANK YOU PAGE
The Thank You Page is the page customers are directed to after they complete a purchase.
SERVICES LIST PAGE (BOOK ONLINE)
Upon entering this page, the user will see the list of available location in the form of a dropdown, based on the selection the user made, the relevant services of that particular location will be displayed.
INDIVIDUAL SERVICE PAGE
Individual service pages provide clients with more in-depth information they need before they book one of your appointments.
The Calendar Page is where clients view the availability of your services and select the time slots they want to book.
The Checkout Page is where clients choose how they want to pay for the services (if you enable more than one option) and where they provide their payment details.
THANK YOU PAGE
The Thank You Page is where clients arrive review their order after they complete a booking.
MY ACCOUNT PAGE
This is part of the Member's Area which lets members view their personal information. These details entered to the My Account page are automatically added to your contact list which can be used to send them newsletters.
MY WALLET PAGE
The My Wallet feature allows clients to securely save credit card information so they can complete future transactions without re-entering their details. When a logged-in client goes to pay for a service, they see their personal details (name, email address, etc.) already filled in. When a client who saved a card returns to make another order, they can select their saved card as a payment option or choose Credit / Debit Card to enter a new card.
MY ORDERS PAGE
In the My Orders page, your customers can get information on previous and current orders. They can view the order details (date, payment method, etc.) and check the order status (Fulfilled, Delivered, etc.)
MY ADDRESSES PAGE
In the My Addresses page, customers can add, remove, and edit addresses. Customers who saved more than one address can select one as their default address.
MY WISHLIST PAGE
The My Wishlist page is where customers keep track of favorite products. You can optionally add an "Add to Cart" button to make it easy for customers to make purchases.
MY BOOKINGS PAGE
Wix Bookings integrates with the Members Area to provide a great booking experience for your clients. Once logged in, they can access their personal "My Bookings" page. Each client only sees their own details. In the My Bookings page, clients can:
Quickly re-book a new session without re-entering their details
Cancel an upcoming booking
Reschedule an upcoming booking (if the service is not part of a membership plan)
Check the time, location, and payment details of a past or upcoming booking
CALL TO ACTION
We'll strategically place various buttons and forms through out the site to convert leads into clients.
In this day and age, it's vital to give away content and advice in advance in order to "win people over" that you're the right company for the job. Frequently asked questions from the kinds of clients you want more of is a great place to start when thinking about what content to produce.
Policy pages requested by the client will be created. Policy content is to be provided by the client.
Another call to action system which can be utilized by the client by sending out daily/weekly/monthly newsletters to his client base.
Save time and engage customers with automated emails, tasks, and more. Through the means of automations we will be able to potentially increase sales by reminding customers of abandoned carts, sending them a coupon code when a cart is abandoned, invite customers back via email amongst other automations which can be made.
Relax, all of our websites are 'Responsive'.
Computer or Phone - it will look great!
If you would like to join us and become a client then we'd be delighted to have you.
1. Sign below by typing your name and hitting 'Sign Proposal'
2. We'll arrange the initial interview where we'll gather all the details we need.
3. We'll be in touch with your invoice details and will set up billing
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Kitchen-Finder needed a re-brand and a new website. They have over 50 years of experiences, with most business enquiries were from referrals.
Re-brand the company. Same name, but new logo and colour scheme along with a new website with an emphasis put on bringing in new leads for various new services, such as a custom marketplace solution, for other vendors to list their furnitures.
After a few weeks of launching the new site, with proper optimization, their website started generating more traffic and in return the were converting more leads. Week in, week out.
Kitchen-Finder's Managing Partner had this to say:
"A great experience working with Aurora Design Solutions. David and his team are very professional and very good in communication, always putting the client's interest as number one priority. The final product is exactly what we looked for!"
Marc Hoffmann - Managing Partner
Terms & Conditions
Agreement entered on Wednesday, August 3, 2022.
(1) Leonne Stewart, of Carriage and Castles hereinafter referred to as “Client”.
(2) David Vella, of Aurora Design Solutions hereinafter referred to as “Contractor”.
Client and Contractor are occasionally referred to collectively herein as the "Parties" or individually as a "Party".
The parties hereto agree as follows:
Section 1. Contact Details
Main Contact Person: David Vella
Direct Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile Number: 00356 9952 4270
Section 2. Financials
2.1 – Price
The Client shall pay the Contractor the sum of €2880.00 only, which sum is exclusive of Website Maintenance, hereinafter referred to as the price, for the website detailed in this agreement. The Client has the choice whether to pay 50% upfront and 50% upon completion or 100% upfront. This can be chosen by the Client however the choice made will reflect on how the work is commenced. This is covered in clause 3.2 of this agreement. It is hereby agreed to by the parties that the sum of €1440.00 or the sum of €2880.00 has already been paid to the Contractor by the Client as a non‐refundable deposit on account of the price.
The Client hereby attests that Leonne Stewart is duly authorized by Carriage and Castles to appear on this contract and to bind both himself personally and Carriage and Castles to the conditions set out in this agreement. Leonne Stewart and Carriage and Castles are also hereby binding themselves to be jointly and severally liable for any price, dues or fines that at any point in time may become due to the Contractor by the Client.
Only what is mentioned in this proposal will be developed. What is not mentioned is not included.
2.2 – Payment
2.2.1 Payment Terms
50% Upon Completion
2.2.2 Payment Details
Aurora Design Solutions accepts bank transfers only in Euros and payments should be made directly to the following bank account;
Payee: David Vella
Bank: Bank of Valletta
SWIFT Code: VALLMTMT
Registered Business Address:
8, Triq Mons Alfredo Mifsud,
Malta PBK 1331
Interest accrued if payment is more than 14 days late. We reserve the right to add 5% on any outstanding balance every 7 days, starting from 15th day after the final revision is completed.
2.3 – Project Deadline
1 month within receipt of deposit
Section 3. Terms and Conditions
The following terms and conditions apply to all website design & development services provided by the Contractor to the Client. The Client is hereby attesting to the fact that he has carefully read this agreement and all the terms and conditions found within.
3.1 - Support and Maintenance of the Website
Any additional planned updates and site maintenance that are above and beyond the maintenance described above are to be included but only at an extra cost chargeable to the Client and agreed to between the parties on an ad hoc basis. Said additional work may include, but is not limited to;
Design & content changes and/or additions such as making the website mobile friendly
Any additional development such as but not limited to Search Bar Feature
3.2 - Commencement of Work
The deposit payment made by the Client to the Contractor of the initial non‐refundable deposit on account of the final price is to be considered an acceptance of the contract for work.
If the Client paid only half the amount (50%) upfront, the Contractor will work on a copy of the website. The Client must transfer a copy of the website to the Contractor before the work can commerce. Upon final payment, the Contractor will transfer the website over to the Client, unless a management plan has been agreed by both parties.
The Client will not have access and cannot make any changes to the duplicated website (which will eventually be the new live site) within this period. Changes done to the original site will not also appear on the duplicated site the Contractor is working on. The Client must note that they will have to redo these changes on the new site upon transfer. The Client must also note that while your site's design and content is copied, note that not all content is duplicated. Besides the examples listed below, there might be others.
Store products are duplicated but not store orders.
Contacts are not duplicated.
Email campaigns are not duplicated.
Invoices are not duplicated.
Third party apps are duplicated, but some settings may not be.
The Client accepts and understands that the Client himself/herself must reimport and redo the above amongst others which might happen during website duplication. The Client understands and accepts that the above is not the Contractors responsibility and will not hold him liable for any missing content which might have resulted on website duplication.
If the Client chose to pay the full payment amount upfront, the Contractor will work directly on the website whose owner is the Client unless requested otherwise by the Client. The above would not apply in this case.
3.3 - Timeframes
In order to remain efficient and in order to ensure that the work is carried out in line with any milestones set by the parties, the parties agree that when work on the website is scheduled for a specific time, all required information, data and media must be delivered to the Contractor by the Client in advance.
3.4 - Revisions
The Client hereby unequivocally agrees to 2 design revisions. Any revisions beyond that shall be chargeable at an additional rate on adhoc basis.
3.5 - Additional Expenses
Client hereby unequivocally agrees to reimburse the Contractor for any additional expenses necessary for the completion of the work as long as the Contractor has duly notified the Client of the requirement of said additional works. Additional works shall include, but are not limited to, custom photography, content creation or development, purchases of special fonts or stock photography.
3.6 - Domain Names & Hosting
The Client hereby declares that he is aware that the Contractor does not provide any website hosting services. The hosting of the website shall be the responsibility of third parties to this agreement. While the third party is chosen based on a trusting and successful relationship in the past, the Contractor is not responsible for any shortcomings or errors that may occur on the part of the third parties.
The Contractor hereby declares that the website shall be hosted by Wix.com. The Client hereby declares that he is familiar with the terms of services of the website Wix.com. For ease of reference said terms of services can be found at; https://www.wix.com/about/terms‐of‐use.
3.7 - Backup of Website and Data
The Client hereby declares that he shall be responsible for the backup of website data. In the rare eventuality of data loss or the momentary interruption of service, the Client hereby declares that he does not hold the Contractor responsible nor liable for any damages or losses he may suffer as a result of said eventuality.
3.8 - Transfer of Ownership
Upon final payment, the Contractor shall transfer all ownership of the website and its software to the Client. Should the Client separately agree to a monthly maintenance plan we will transfer the site to the Client and the Contractor shall remain as an administrator on the account for maintenance purposes.
Upon website transfer, it is the Client shall at all times ensure that the domains and subscriptions are paid annually. If the Client fails to pay the fees associated thereto, the parties agree that the Contractor shall in no way be liable nor responsible for the cancellation of the domain or subscription plans.
3.9 - Search Engines
The Client is aware of the fact that the Contractor does not in any way guarantee the position of the website, or any of its pages, a certain position on any search engine. In scenarios that we offer "Search engine friendly" or "SEO researched content" these items still do not guarantee a position on search engines.
3.10 - Marketing
The Contractor holds the right to showcase the website created for the client, in his portfolio as well as it can be used for marketing purposes. Unless permission is received from the contractor, the statement of “Proudly designed by Aurora Design Solutions” along with the link to the contractors’ website must always remain on the clients’ website and on all web pages.
3.11 - Limitations
If the Client requests some custom design or behavioral flow on the website which cannot be implemented due to the limitations of the platform (Wix.com), the Client hereby declares and understand that this is not the Contractor’s responsibility and the will hold Aurora Design Solutions and David Vella free from any liability.
3.12 - Browsers
The Contractor hereby declares that it will make every effort to ensure websites are designed to be viewed by most visitors. The Client is however aware of the fact that the website shall be designed to work with the most popular current browsers which include Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge. Client agrees that the Contractor cannot guarantee the correct functionality with all browser software across different operating systems. The Contractor cannot accept any responsibility for web pages which do not display appropriately in any web browser released or updated after the completion of the website. As such, the Parties agree that any work needed in order to ensure that that the website is updated in such a manner that would make it function appropriately within any new version of the mentioned Web Browsers, or any other different Web Browser shall be charged at an extra cost chargeable to the Client by the Contractor and agreed to between the parties on an ad hoc basis.
3.13 - Termination of Contract
The Client shall not have the possibility to cancel this contract after the project has commenced. If, after commencing the project, the Client decides not to continue with project development, then the Client is obliged to pay the Contractor an additional twenty percent (20%) of the price quoted in this agreement as a penalty, which penalty shall be in the form of pre‐liquidated damages which shall not be subject to revision or abetment by any court of Law.
3.14 - Governing Law
This agreement shall be governed by and construed in all respects in accordance with the Laws of Malta, and the Maltese Courts shall have jurisdiction to decide any matter arising out of this agreement.
Should any one clause, or part of any clause, of this agreement be deemed to be against the Law, this shall in no way affect the entirety of this agreement. Furthermore, the Parties agree that in said circumstances they shall make their best endeavors to achieve as closely as possible the aim of any clause, or part of a clause, that be deemed to be illegal.
3.15 - Disclaimer
The Contractor shall not be held responsible for any kind of media or content published on the Client’s website. The Client hereby declares that he is aware that it is the Client’s responsibility to ensure that the contents of the website do not breach any applicable law. Furthermore, the Contractor shall not be held responsible should the Client’s website be denied from having his website linked to any Wix Supported payment gateways. It shall be the Client’s responsibility to verify and confirm that the payment gateway he intends to use on the website supports their business model as well as is a supported payment gateway on Wix.
The Client hereby hold Aurora Design Solutions and David Vella free from any liability that may emerge as a result of the work carried out in terms of said agreement. Should Aurora Design Solutions and David Vella suffer any financial damage for any reason as a result of this agreement, you hereby bind yourself to fully indemnify Aurora Design Solutions and David Vella for any harm or loss of any type caused to Aurora Design Solutions and David Vella.
We don't take on every client. We've become very good at assessing whether we can help companies and we are very excited about helping you.
Below you can find the one-off cost of our web design services. The Client has the choice whether to pay 50% upfront and 50% upon completion or 100% upfront. This can be chosen by the Client however the choice made will reflect on how the work is commenced. This is covered in Clause 3.2 of this agreement under the Terms & Conditions tab.
This is paid upon signing of your proposal and allows us to get straight on with developing your website (in-line with aspects outlined in the Process and Timelines page) and getting your business the boost you are looking for.
Logo Design & Branding
Design and development of your brand.
Custom development of your new website
Social Media Design
Design and development of your social media pages, Facebook & Instagram.
Bespoke design of your new website
Website Maintenance (Optional)
Discounted Silver Package. Monthly Website updates, consultation as well as a bi-monthly traffic report to show visitors, bounce rates and most viewed pages. Visit here for the full details. (This can be upgraded or downgraded at your request).
Total (without maintenance)
Process & Timescales
STEP 1 - BRANDING PRESENTATION
Two design concepts will be designed based on the logo provided. We'll go through this and decide which direction to take and any adjustments.
STEP 2 - WEBSITE PRESENTATION
A design concept will be designed. Naturally this will be similar to the sites you provided, but we try to think outside the box and come up with something that isn't obvious. This is often where the best ideas come from.
We'll go through this and decide which direction to take and any adjustments.
STEP 3 - WEBSITE CONTENT
Now we have your design locked-in, we can begin to construct the website. Any photos and any other content will need to be gathered at this stage.
STEP 4 - WEBSITE BUILD
Using everything we've gathered, your website is built. Once it's done, we'll present it to you and go through the details in accordance with the objectives originally set. Any amends are made at this stage.
STEP 5 - LAUNCH
The launch process is a carefully considered one. We operate through a checklist which we've curated over the years and it's not failed us once. We prefer to launch late on a Friday night to give us the best chance of getting any issues ironed out. You can sleep easy knowing we'll be on-call over your launch weekend to ensure everything goes according to plan.
STEP 6 - WEBSITE MAINTENANCE AND MARKETING
This is an optional step which we offer to our clients and is not included in the final price, however on the client's request we can assist you with ongoing monitoring of the website to ensure impeccable performance.
In addition to that, we also offer SEO services and social media advertising services which will be priced based on the client's requirement on request.
In total, it will take us between 6-8 weeks to get your website live.
Designing a bespoke eCommerce website for Carriage And Castles.
The objective is to increase the brand awareness through a bespoke website re-design. We'll do this by doing two things:
Firstly, understand who your end user is by figuring out the real value you provide beyond the mechanics.
Secondly, employ modern branding tactics such that your brand will be known for the quality of products and customer service it provides. This way we create the same consistent messaging to use throughout your platforms which will help your entire brand speaks to your audience. We have explained more about how we plan to achieve this in the next pages.
Please read through the information carefully and, if satisfied, you can use our 'E-Sign' system under the 'Approve Proposal' tab, to accept and get started!