TNW Creations, LLC. Multimedia Publishing

Web Design & Development

Austin, Texas

How big should my website be?

The most common question we answer every day is, "what size website do I actually need?"


Every business needs a website, but deciphering the confusion, the lingo or just trying to communicate to someone else what you're hoping for - is probably the second biggest hurdle. Before that, it's cost.


Thankfully we can help you with both of those big issues. Our websites are only $100. per page! Not sure how many pages you need? Look at a few of our newest client's sites. These 3 neighborhoods came to us after the recent merge with AtHomeNet and FrontSteps.

Here are three examples of the most common website sizes -

River Place - 3 pages (Home, Community Information, Contact)

(River Place initially requested 3 pages but as their needs grew, so did their website. They currently have about 15 pages)

2. Bentley HOA - 5 pages (Home, Board of Directors, Community Documents, Residential Resources, Events Calendar)

3. Autumn Glen - 7 pages (Home, Documents, Board of Directors, Amenities, Events, Contact, FAQ)

Still unsure how many pages you need? Let us know which website looks the closest to your expectations and we'll go from there!


Additionally, if you have been burned by your current HOA web host and looking for a new web design agency, we are offering a special until May 15th, 2019!


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TNW Creations is a Web Development & Media Publishing Agency in Austin, Texas. Web Development, cyber security, web design, clean energy web host, Advanced SEO, Digital Marketing and more since 1995.

I've been programming, designing, writing and publishing professionally online since 1995. I've worn many hats throughout my life, but the common core of my career has always been media. Besides the portfolio you see on TNW Creations, my internet presence has been substantial for over 2 decades. In 1995, while still in college, I founded TNW Creations and became part of the grassroots development for teaching the Lakhota language online. By 2004, my bilingual work was listed on many sites, including National Geographic , Encarta and Touchstone Pictures Hidalgo. When I'm not designing, developing and writing, you'll find me managing MagicStoryLand.Com, creating kid-friendly game & video content, posting salty articles about cyber threats, leading Girl Scouts, moderating UnifyLife.Org and enjoying my  community, church & family.