St. Louis, Missouri Website Design Companies

I get so many requests for Web design services, I decided to do a bit of research on Web design companies in the St. Louis area. Results of my search are on this page.

Note that I have no personal experience with any of the companies listed here (except my own). So, as with any service provider, please research the company before purchasing, signing any agreement, or otherwise making a commitment. If you are unsure of all the ins and outs of owning and developing a Website, first read my article Small Business Website Design: Your First Website.
— Bobette Kyle, author of the Web promotion and marketing plan guide
How Much for Just the Spider? Strategic Website Marketing for Small Budget Businesses.

Web Marketing Place LLC

This is me. I do basic Website development for authors, service providers, etc. I stick to .html and small Websites. More about the basic Website here.


I learned of CDKWeb through fellow St. Louis Publishers Association board member Bob Baker. At CDK, the Web/Graphic design team is led by Corey Schaaf. Among other distinctions, Cory is a three-time winner of the APEX Award for Publication Excellence (based on excellence in graphic design). Derek Bemis, who leads the programming team, has over ten years experience in Web programming and his products are used by big names such as Verizon, Bell Atlantic, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

Sheets by Design

Mary Kay Sheets provides one-on-one personal service to startup, home-based and small businesses who wanted to utilize today’s internet technology without feeling intimidated by the larger website development firms and the seemingly overwhelming development process. Call or write for more information:

Milco Web Design

Milco Web Design is a St. Louis based web design firm for the small business market. Also provide Web marketing and other Website services. Member of the St. Louis Web Developers Organization.


St. Louis based Monster Commerce was ranked the 16th largest Web design firm in St. Louis in 2004 by the St. Louis Business Journal. The company specializes in web based ecommerce storefront systems and more than 5,000 online store owners depend on MonsterCommerce to manage their ecommerce operation.