Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Why should I choose Isle Creative?

    We are experts in our field, and are continuously doing research to stay on top of our game.
    We have a can-do attitude and will do the utmost to help you develop your ideas into functional reality.
    Most of the solutions we offer are based on Open Source technology, meaning you have no yearly licence fees to pay.
    We believe a lot in innovation, by working with us you will ensure that your website implements all the latest technology best practices and then some.
    Rather than having fixed packages that we sell over and over, we like to provide custom solutions to fit the budgets and needs of our clients.
    We use JQuery rather than Flash for all animations on our sites.
    You will benefit from direct contact with your site's designers and developers, we want your site to be a success as much as you do.

  2. How much do you charge for a website?

    Through experience we have learnt that it is impossible to give standard prices for a website, as each website's requirements vary from the next. We strive to create unique and custom websites for each of our clients. Thus our approach is to meet you and discuss your requirements, then suggest a budget for the project. We do try to our best to accommodate all types of budgets, so just give us a call and we can have a discussion about your requirements.

  3. Why do you use WordPress as a CMS?

    WordPress is one of the world's most popular Open-Source CMSs. There are millions of websites which have been created using this platform, and it is developing at a very fast rate. Our existing clients think the interface is very-user friendly, while on the other hand as developers and designers we think it's a very stable and standards-compliant CMS with which we can create beautiful websites that are a treat to update.

  4. Do you do custom web application development?

    We sure do, for custom functionality you might not need all the features of WordPress, and in that case custom development will be the alternative. We work with PHP as our development language.