Elisabeth.co Is

the work of digital design and infrastructure expert Elisabeth D. Webster, along with her network of Austin’s finest independent media and consulting professionals.

We build brands, design layouts, create digital infrastructure, produce graphics, train people, and make the internet a more beautiful place.

Our deep knowledge of digital technology, graphic design, mass communications, and native roots in Central Texas has clients calling their results “so powerful”, “perfectly timed”, and “the best digital I’ve ever worked with.”

We make useful, beautiful websites

New For 2018

Ready to vote in the next Travis County elections? Are you sure?

Find shortcuts to the most relevant information on getting ready to vote in Austin’s next elections, including voter registration and more. Our first Elisabeth.co project launch for January 2018 is AustinVoterGuide.com!

The Austin Voter Guide website is provided for free as a public service to the electorate of Austin, Texas, and Travis County.

…and graphics…

… And we have big plans for 2018

The more websites we’ve created at Elisabeth.co, the more we’ve seen a real need for practical WordPress training in Austin aimed at grassroots candidates, advocates, and small business owners.

So in 2018, we’re answering that call and doing more to enhance the everyday Austinite’s digital skillset.

Training Classes in Austin

WordPress to Power | Intro To WordPress
WordPress For Small Business | Intro To WordPress
Social Share Graphics 101 | Intro To Adobe Photoshop
Infographics 101 | Intro To Mass Communications

Intermediate and Advanced small-group and private tutoring available by appointment.

eBooks

The DIY Website Launch Checklist
Best Practices For Small Business Websites

What do clients say about our work?

Clients say:

“I love it.”

Clients say:

“The best digital I’ve ever worked with”

Clients say:

“YAASSSSSS” “THANK YOU”

Clients say:

“I LOVE what you did!!! It’s so great!!!”

Clients say:

“You are sooo talented”

Clients say:

“I’m just so glad to not have this hanging over my head!”

Est. 2014 in Austin, Texas