This is a question I still find myself asking and it is one of those that will not go away. There is no price standardisation on the web? Prices for websites vary from person to person and from country to country. The market for website design is fully globalised, currency and its relative value are a big influence on what can be charged. When competing for work you are competing against developers from countries where the average cost of living can be as much as 182% cheaper, with rent nearly 400% cheaper.
The weekend of the 22nd and 23rd of October 2016 marked the Auto Trade Expo in Dublin. Premier Design were involved in the creation of an online and offline system that allowed registrants to be able to have badges printed on the day of the event as well as at home prior to the event. All the badges featured individual details and barcodes containing unique codes. We are happy to say that the software was a complete success. Faultlessly handling over 4000 registrants over the events two days.
As part of my ongoing work for Vespe and their retail of match fishing products I am being asked to create a multilingual WordPress site or alternatively a set of sites all in different languages. The question is what is the best option for this and how well will it work with a plugin such as the IQ Block Country Plugin. The most important consideration is the internationalisation of the WordPress themes and custom plugins.