The amount of time it takes to build a website can vary significantly depending on a number of factors.
Scope of the project: A larger, more complex website will typically take longer to build than a smaller, simpler site. Yes, there are one-page websites, and these take less time.
Generating content: It can take time to find the right images or come up with the best about statement. You can work on this while the project is just beginning so that when the time comes for the content we can move forward.
Meeting times: Schedules are complicated. It is possible the website completion can slide a month based on the availability of everyone. Typically we like to meet weekly or bi-weekly to review changes. This keeps everyone on task.
Functionality: Adding advanced features and functionality, such as blogs, custom API integrations, portfolios, etc. can extend the project timeline, but not as much as you might think. Maybe only an extra week.
Changes and revisions: Making changes or revisions to the website during the development process can also add time to the project. However, we feel the most important aspect of the website is how much you love it. We want to make sure we are building exactly what you want.
Building a website is an iterative process, and it may require multiple rounds of design, development, and testing before it is ready to launch. This is why we include project management with every website. We track tasks and ideas to make sure your website is complete, and you love it.