Answers to Some Popular Questions

The cost of a website depends greatly.. So, it’s kinda tricky to throw out ballpark figures without knowing your needs, wants, expectations, etc. But I’ve listed some common projects below to give you an idea of what to expect:

Basic Blog Website: $2500-5000+
Usually includes three pages (a homepage, about us and contact) and individual post pages with comments and archives. Pricing varies with additional features and functionality.

Small Business Website: $5500-7500+
5-6 page brochure-style, with blog and contact forms. May include some custom illustration. No e-commerce.

E-commerce Website: $8500+
Some brochure-style pages and blog, plus product pages, checkout interface and online payment processing (merchant account not included).

A Brand New You: $2000+
Your business image doesn’t stop with your website, so why should you? Logo design for both print and web, includes business cards or letterhead. Consulting on brand strategy and marketing. Other print pieces available, including direct mail, t-shirts, advertisement, calendars, folders, post cards, custom holiday cards.

If your interested in something more specific, please contact us for a free quote.

Abso-freakin-lutely. If you would like to manage your own website, we will provide documentation and training so that you will have the skills to update your pages and post your blogs. Of course, we are always here to help if you decide you’d rather have us handle what’s under the hood. We offer a website maintenance program to help you keep you content up-to-date and looking good.

That is a tough one. And honestly, it may change from month-to-month. Check out our blog for our latest favorite. But here is one of my all-time favorites – the one I go to when I’m in the mood for something awesome, but simple.


3/4 cup tequila (we prefer Patron)
1/2 cup fresh lime juice (about 4-6 limes)
1/2 cup Cointreau (or Triple Sec, if you prefer)
1 lime sliced
salt (optional)


1. In a medium pitcher, combine the tequila, lime juice, Cointreau and 1/2 cup of water.
2. If desired, rub the rims of 4 glasses wit the lime slice and dip in the salt to coat.
3. Serve margaritas over ice, garnish with lime slice.

WAHINE (wah-hee-nay)  is Hawaiian for woman. Nowadays, the terms refers to female surfers. Yes, Nickole used to surf. No, not lately.

Wahine Creative was founded in 2004 by a strong, creative freelance designer with a passion for adventure. Today, we are still passionate – about design, creativity, professionalism, and doing what it takes to get the job done on time and on target.

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