Friend and collaborator Daniel Gagan recently started a new business called Hana Ohana (Hawaiian for “work family”). Together with his partner in Hana Ohana, photographer Lisa Marie, they are creating amazing custom websites for small businesses, especially in Portland and the Pacific Northwest.
In Hawaiian Hana means ‘work’ and Ohana means ‘family’. We like to think of ourselves as the 'work family' of our clients because we have their best interests in heart.
Earlier this week they rolled out their first website, a custom e-commerce site for De’lish handcrafted soap cakes. De’lish was started by Amy Manning – a licensed aesthetician, award winning educator and handcrafted soap cake designer. Her expertise as a skin care specialist and fifteen tears of experience have made her a premier soap maker in the Northwest. Her line of creative artisanal soaps smell delicious and are good for your skin.
The site looks and works great (no surprise given Daniel’s passion for great user interface - see other examples at the ForestMist website) and should be a great success for De’lish soaps.