FAQ

Who is WebsiteOp?

We’re a team of business-minded developers working to bring our clients’ best ideas to life. We work hard and we love our craft. We're right here in Southern New Jersey, just outside of Philadelphia, PA.

The Team:

Contact: Ron , Alex, Roberta

Are you taking on projects right now?
Yes, we’d love to hear from you. Reach out to us on this page below, and learn about our web development process here.
What technologies and languages do you work with?
This past year, we’ve been working a lot with: PHP, Python, Vue JS, Backbone JS, HTML/CSS, Bootstrap and of course WordPress.
What CMS systems do you work with?
For an out-of-the-box CMS, we work mainly with WordPress, but we've also created custom CMS systems for client business processes.
Can I see what you're doing on my project on a regular basis?
Yes. Transparency is our top priority, we communicate via phone calls or email about the progress of the project weekly, sometimes daily depending on the process stage and initial consultations by phone and follow-up discussions are free with no obligation.
How much will my project cost me?
We can’t answer this question responsibly until we understand your idea, business, market, users, etc. While we can’t tell you exactly what your project will cost, we can draw on the many projects we’ve delivered in the past and tell you what’s typical for the projects we’re best suited to help you with. See here for more fee information.
What type or size projects does WebsiteOp take on?

WebsiteOp designs and builds web software applications and websites. We’re a great fit for projects where user experience is critical and the main technology domains are the web or mobile.

Our primary clients are small to medium sized businesses who need a cost-effective solution to their web software and website needs. Most of the projects we tackle are on the revenue side of a profit & loss statement (i.e. they grow your business in some way and generate revenue).

Many of the projects we do fit in one of the buckets below. There are exceptions, of course, but these are common.

Web or mobile utility (does a few simple things well)

Static Websites (Brochure Websites)

CMS driven Websites (WordPress or Custom)

Web-based mobile app that compliments existing full-featured web application

Basic new software application, rewrite of an existing application, or first phase of complex system