FAQ

Who is Fuut?

Fuut is a Belgian company specialized in web design and backend development. Their clients are mainly non-profit organisations and dance and theatre companies. Fuut is passionate about new technologies and has more than 20 years of experience in the sector. Their specialty is WordPress interface customization, integrating their own plugins, designed to simplify the WordPress experience of administrators. I work closely and regularly with my friend Wies Hermans, aka Fuut, to develop practical interfaces and to ensure flawless technical support. Fuut's fees are always included.

How long does it take to develop and design a website?

The development period for a website typically lasts 8-10 weeks. I don't work on more than two projects at the time, therefore, you should count a dozen of week between the first contact and the delivered product. After online launch, our collaboration keeps going to keep the website up to date. Ask me the offer in details.

How much time should I invest into this collaboration?

This is an important question that we should discuss as soon as you mentioned your interest in working together. In general, it will take a few hours a week of writing to get a website up and running with comprehensive content at the end of the 8-10 week design period.

How do you calculate your prices?

For websites, my prices are fixed, a brochure available on demand explains everything in details. Being aware of the realities of non-profit organizations, I remain extremely flexible in terms of payment terms. For the layout of research reports, I charge per page.

Why your offer is not presented in German?

I kept a website in French and English not to get lost in translations but I can collaborate in German and Spanish, even if I am more comfortable in French or English.

Where are you based?

I started my freelance activity since Belo Horizonte in 2014. Since then, a large part of my clients are based in the Lausanne area where I grew up, in Berlin where I have been living most of my time for the last ten years and in Montreal where I spend several months a year and where I wish to study and integrate into the associative community. Whether we are geographically close or far away, I offer meetings on Zoom and adapt myself to the different time zones.

Why don’t you want to do the illustrations for my project?

Even if I like to draw, I am not an illustrator. I don’t have the experience that allows me to deliver the best work in this field. Also, a nice drawing doesn't make a good illustration and I believe that the best results emerge of collaborations, that's why I invite artists that I admire to collaborate on the projects that I manage.