- % Of My Life That I’ve Been Building On The Web
Year I Discovered Web Design
My first personal website included a Martha Stewart parody quiz and memes I made in MSPaint
Year I Launched My 1st E-Comm Website
My company was called “Lushbox” and including tees + totebags with snarky sayings
Year I Got on the WordPress Train
WordPress launched in 2003, so I once again was an early bird to the tech party
I help creativepreneurs, small business owners, and brands at all stages of the game get equipped with the strategy, infrastructure, and techie stuff needed to build their business for serious growth.
Creative Enabler is Born
Done-With-You Web Design & Development
I can help you launch a brand new website or revamp your current digital digs. Through a series of collaborative screenshare design meetings, I build your website before your eyes while training you on how to maintain your new look. I build on WordPress, Shopify, Squarespace, Wix
• Kindly note that I will only be accepting a limited number of clients in June and July for web development work.
Here’s How It Works:
1: Get your no-obligation automagic quote for your new digital domicile right here on this page in mere milliseconds
2: Book a quick call with Luca to see if we’re a fit for your project
3: A digital contract with focused Scope of Work is sent for your review and digital signature
4: Once your first payment is received, you will immediately gain access to your own private dashboard and receive a Welcome Kit via e-mail to start your Design Strategy action plan.
5. The adventure begins!
Available Web Design Services
- Domain registration and research
- Hosting package research and set-up
- WordPress, theme, and plug-in installment
- E-Commerce set-up on WooCommerce includes cart set-up, catalog, product set-up, and more
- Learning Management System includes online courses, student dashboard, and more
- Chatbot integration
- Sales funnel page development
- E-mail marketing integration
- Facebook pixel integration
Screenshare Meetings included
Work hand-in-hand with me on your website’s look and feel through a series of screenshare meetings and watch as I work in real-time on your digital homestead. I’m a big fan of keeping communication open and our work together collaborative!
How Payment Works
I require half of the project total down at time of contract signature. Remaining balance is divided into three payments based on achieving work-specific milestones unique to your project that keep us both accountable for our time and efforts.
I am pleased to now offer a 6-month payment plan for qualifying clients and 15% off total project if payment is made in full at contract signature.
Payment is accepted via credit card, e-check, or PayPal.
How I Work
I value my time and yours, and work diligently to keep our project moving forward at all stages of the development process. You are provided a direct link to my calendar to schedule our calls and screenshares, and I routinely check-in for feedback. I make every effort to foster a collaborative and creative experience in designing your digital homestead!
Clients are provided with a link to a shared Dropbox to add collateral, direct access link to my calendar to schedule our time together, and a clear roadmap on next steps for our project.
If this sounds like a good fit for how you like to get stuff done, the first step is getting your instant quote and then scheduling a call so we can meet.
I am pleased to provide references and case studies upon request for previous work completed. My previous web projects and creative direction has included work with the City of Jersey City, the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District in Jersey City, and more distinguished entities and businesses.
about your techie,
founder, late night motivational speaker
Luca Cusolito is a third generation female entrepreneur that has made it her mission to empower small business owners with authentic and sustainable brand building skills.
Her first foray into web design was back in the days of dial-up where she learned to hand-code and would regale her classmates with quizzes, artwork, and short stories online in the mid-90’s.
She would later build websites for small business owners and local bands before she graduated high school, ensuring the need to never need a fake ID to hear good (and not so good) music.
Luca’s love for design and development grew and remained the backbone of her mission to empower entrepreneurs to sell online and allow their message to read a wider audience. Hundreds of websites and countless hours of late night coding sessions later, her own small business was born in 2010.
Other notable occurrences include eating a burrito in the Rose Garden of the White House and notably getting in trouble for starting a lipstick side-hustle in the third grade.