Create your website In 5 Simple Steps!



Step 1: Fill out the 5-minute questionnaire 

To begin, you'll provide the name of your business, contact information, and color scheme. From there, SLWD will set up the first Skype or Google+ session.

Step 2: 30-Min Skype/Google+ Consultation

During the Skype or Google+ session, we will discuss your vision for your website. You will then upload a Word document with the pages of your website: the content, images and logo. 

Step 3: Sefina Lucki Web Design builds website

A 50% non-refundable deposit is due upfront. SLWD then builds your website, customizing it with your logo, color scheme, and content.

Step 4: Revise! Revise! Revise! 

SLWD provides 3 revision rounds where you can edit anything about the layout, font, and other elements in order to make sure you get the website you want!

Step 5: Launch!

Once the remaining balance is paid SLWD launches the site and provides you with login information. You will also receive detailed instructions so you can edit and add to your website on your own.

after your website launches

While working on a project you will submit design revisions via email or directly to the website. After your website launches, SLWD fixes any technical problems up to one year for free. Any technical difficulties that arise after one year are billed at an hourly rate. 



Interested in Lucki Kidz Online Web Design Camp? Sign up for more information!

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Classes run for 1 week (Monday-Friday). Please select the first Monday of your first choice.
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Classes run for 1 week (Monday-Friday). Please select the first Monday of your second choice.

Your child will learn the basics of web design and create their own website in just one week!

WHO: This course is available for kids age 10-17.

WHAT: An engaging and fun camp designed to teach students the basics of web design. Classes will follow International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards

WHEN: Summer 2017 

WHERE: This class is offered 100% ONLINE (instructions will be sent before the class begins). All your child needs is Internet access and a laptop or desktop computer.

COST: The course is $200/child. This includes all materials, website hosting and domain fees and a t-shirt.

SCHOLARSHIPS: Scholarships are offered for students of color who are interested in the tech industry. For instructions on how to apply for it, please contact us




How Its Done


Most SLWD websites are built using WordPress, a free content management system (CMS) which powers more than a quarter of the top million sites on the Internet. WordPress allows you to easily log in to your website online to edit your content.


For more modern websites, SLWD uses Squarespace, a premium content management system (CMS) which is composed of a website builder, blogging platform and hosting service. Squarespace allows individuals and businesses to create and maintain websites and blogs. Since launching in 2004, millions of users have created websites on the Squarespace platform.



Sefina Lucki, CEO & Head Designer



Sefina has always had myriad interests and talents: Spanish, basketball, technology, travel, and writing, to name a few. She majored in Spanish at Wellesley College and then earned her MaEd from Wake Forest University before going on to teach Spanish and Technology in NYC and English in Spain. She currently teaches online to children all over the US while developing curriculum. During the summers, Sefina works as a Program Leader at a study abroad organization, guiding high school students on service trips to Spanish-speaking countries.

The daughter of a computer scientist and of a tech guru, technology has always been an integral part of Sefina's life. The culmination of all of her passions is Sefina Lucki Web Design. Sefina LOVES putting her skills and creativity to use by designing websites, and using her knowledge of Spanish to reach Spanish-speaking clients.

Not every child is as fortunate to be introduced to the tech industry at such a young age. When Sefina noticed the marked lack of females and people of color in the tech community, she decided to create the Lucki Kidz Online Web Design Camp. Through her camp, Sefina hopes to help inspire a new generation of kids of color, including her two amazing daughters, to get involved in tech. 




A Nigerian-American, Maryland-native, Jamie Adasi has a wealth of diverse experiences. Jamie received her M.A. in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica and her M.Ed. in Counseling and Personnel Services from the University of Maryland, College Park. She has worked at Georgetown University, Montgomery College, with a non-profit college access organization, CollegeTracks, 2U, an educational technology company that partners with leading nonprofit colleges and universities to offer online degree programs and she is currently the Faith and Spiritual Inclusiveness Director at the Mental Health Center of Denver. She has extensive experience in Coaching, Human Resources, and Leadership Development. She has spent her professional life working within higher education, nonprofits, and in the edtech field. Jamie's mission is to help individuals and organizations reach their greatest potential. Like Sefina, Jamie is also passionate about helping to open up the tech industry to underrepresented communities. As the Client Care Coordinator, Jamie works with clients and students to make sure all of their web design and educational needs are met. Jamie enjoys traveling, trying new foods, spending time with her incredible nieces and nephew, and exploring new opportunities!

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To contact SLWD, please fill out the form or send an email to the address above.

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