FAQ's

Starting a new project and have a few questions? Here you can find the answers to some of your potential queries:

How long does it take to build a website?

This is a question we get asked all the time and unfortunately the answer is: it varies. Some sites can take months of design and development; others can take a few weeks. Every business has unique requirements and every customer has different objectives. It’s hard for us to guess, so we tend not to. Through meetings, planning and discussion we’ll be able to understand your requirements and then be able to estimate a project.

How long has Watb Creative been building websites?

Watb was founded in 2012 by Jonny Pathan & Peter Bird. You can learn more about our history on our about page.

What platform do you build your websites on?

Primarily we use Webflow, Shopify and Wordpress.

Do you offer hosting services?

All of our websites come with hosting packages. Find out more on our pricing page.

Can you help me update my existing website that another company built?

Potentially. It's best to have a chat with us to let us know what you’re currently working with and what your requirements are for this update.

Can you help me write content for my website?

Definitely, we have an in-house copywriter you can work with to write compelling content.

How much does a website cost?

Depending on your requirements, our prices vary. Find out more on our pricing page.

What happens next? How do we start a project?

We follow a simple process for all of our websites; you can find out more over on our How it works. page. If you've already done that, the next step is to get in touch and arrange a chat or a meeting with us.

What kind of businesses do you work with?

We work with businesses from a broad range of industries, but primarily have experience working with B2B customers in the Industrial, Educational and Hospitality sectors.

Do you build landing pages for advertising campaigns?

Yes! Being marketing-led means that we’re advocates of a good landing page.

What does WATB mean?

Originally, the acronym came about when a group of friends were enjoying a casual Friday night session playing video games. After picking up a controller, one of the friends queried, “What are the buttons?”. It became a name we used when we first started our business, though now we abbreviate it to Watb!

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