Premium templates save the designer time and therefore the client money.
This post is in reference to WordPress but applies equally well to other content management systems.
A client recently asked me why I used a premium template for their website rather than building one from scratch or using a free one. It was a good question coming from a client who knew little about web design and the process. I babbled some answer, but as I hadn’t thought about it fully I probably wasn’t very clear. In turn, this may have appeared like I was just increasing my expenses in order to charge more. I’ll show why this is not the case.
Premium templates save money. Yes, a premium template from Themeforest may cost $35-40 (€25-30) but in the end they can save the designer a lot of time, and therefore … Read More »