This type of complexity usually requires a project manager, business analyst, UX/UI designer, seniors on backend and frontend development, 2 QA testers, DevOps, also support specialists, and marketing team: SEO manager, copywriters, link builders.
Examples of average complexity websites are large corporate websites and cloud software products.
Development time is about 4-6 months.
Complex websites require robust design, cloud systems, multifunctional integrations, higher infrastructure. The average cost of the development is from $80,000 to $300,000.
The complex website includes top-notch UX/UI design, work with multiple and huge databases, complex frontend interactions, and a huge maintenance team. Long story short, difficult websites require the best professionals to deliver complex value.
Websites like Canva, Reddit, or LinkedIn are good representations of such development complexity.
More features mean more hours put into its development, hence the high cost.
The time to develop is about 6-12 months.
Not only the website development costs but the maintenance and upkeep charges will also rise.
Due to these complex features and roles, other aspects also change.