Pricing Tables

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Basic List

A simple option useful as part of a multi-plan price offering. Use the class .boxed–emphasis in conjunction with a label to emphasise the most valued price option.

Basic

$4.99

Per Month, AUD Inlc GST.


  • 24/7 Phone Support
  • Unlimited Skips
  • Import CSV Data
  • Automatic Transfer

Purchase Plan

Basic Text

A simple option useful as part of a basic price offering. Use the class .boxed–emphasis in conjunction with a label to emphasise the most valued price option.

Basic

$79

The regular license allows you to customize, store and even host your website using your platform

Value Purchase Plan

Basic Image

A simple option useful as part of a basic price offering. Use the class .boxed–emphasis in conjunction with a label to emphasise the most valued price option.

Designer

$79

5 Whys. This methodology was formed by the founder of Toyota, Sakichi Toyoda, to help solve problems at scale. When a problem occurs, ask “why” five times to try to find the source of the problem, then put into place something to prevent the problem from recurring.

Example:

The vehicle will not start. (the problem)

  • Why? – The battery is dead. (first why)
  • Why? – The alternator is not functioning. (second why)
  • Why? – The alternator belt has broken. (third why)
  • Why? – The alternator belt was well beyond its useful service life and not replaced. (fourth why)
  • Why? – The vehicle was not maintained according to the recommended service schedule. (fifth why, a root cause)

It’s a simple construct that allows you to quickly go beyond the initial scope of a problem that can yield huge benefits down the road.

First Principles Method

Another way to think about this approach is called first principles. The approach is very similar to the 5 Whys. This method was made famous by Elon Musk in his quest of creating SpaceX:

When looking at a problem, don’t assume any starting point for a solution based on what you already know, but work hard to strip it back, removing all your existing biases and known constraints, until you can’t strip it back anymore. Until you are at a point where nothing can be deduced from what you’re left with. You’re back to first principles, and you can start to build back up a new and better solution.

With either approach, the basic premise is the best way to truly solve a problem is getting to its root. It’s this foundational understanding that yields the greatest opportunity.

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Value Purchase Plan

Wide List

A wider option suitable as part of a single or double-plan offering. Use a label to emphasise the most valued pricing option.

Value
Medium User
$50 Purchase Plan

  • 24/7 Phone Support
  • Unlimited Skips
  • Import CSV Data
  • Automatic Transfer
  • 100GB Storage

Minimal List

A minimally styled option ideal for use as part of 3 – 4 part plan offerings. Use a background class such as .bg–primary on the .pricing__head element to emphasise the most valued plan.

Value
Light
$19
  • Anywhere Access
  • 4GB Online Storage
  • Import User Data
  • Automatic Transfer
  • 24/7 Support

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