"Instead of paying $1,800+ per project, or hiring an in-house UI designer with a $70,000+/year salary, Fairpixels Pro gives you the best of both worlds at a fraction of the cost."
At the same time, your cheapest plan is $1750/mo. I get that it's "technically" under $1800, but are you expecting startups to have multiple projects per month to make the math work?
Whether they can actually deliver finished designs every 4 days is a different question.
Some criticisms: The site is a one page brochure site, it feels odd for a service of this scale. Your example images aren't clickable and there's no explanation of what I'm looking at exactly. Email sounds like a bad format for handling project management, it's difficult to follow an email chain to figure out what was agreed on etc, email is a very bad single-source-of-truth for project details.
I'm being critical because I don't think it's a bad idea, I just think the execution could do with polishing. There are companies that could perhaps benefits from this idea, but I would be put off by this page.
p.s. you're missing a favicon.
There's some history and discussions in the (many) older posts by the user.
(I think trying to create a repeatable model for services is great BTW -- helps support smaller lifestyle business, IMO, which we need more of.)
So I guess in this workflow the PM is also the interaction designer and implementation with an engineer, while you pay for these UI decorators on top.
Might work for some small website updates, but anything more substatial would probably be not worth it.
I would think that an agency would only feature their best designs, in which case I'd hate to see what the median looks like.
Is this site associated with Remy Sharp?
Also, when scanning your prices real quick on mobile I saw "$6,000/mo" and just about noped out. I understand what you're trying to do here, but maybe you need to rethink the placement of this comparison price?
What about my comment could be improved here?
> Without paying $6,000/mo+ for an in-house UI designer
..with the actual price right below.