Sue Spencer

Sue Spencer with her son, Justin.
Sue Spencer with her son, Justin

When I started Spencer Web Design Inc. in 2003, I wanted to create a website design firm to bring enterprise grade web design and development, professional web hosting, website maintenance, and consultancy services to businesses of all sizes.

Since then we have worked with more than 200 companies in a wide range of industries including B2B, B2C, not-for-profit, and e-commerce. The companies we have served range from service providers to high-tech medical to the Archdiocese of St. Louis. 

My objective has always been to provide a highly professional but personalized service to clients who want more than just a website.

In Spencer Web Design, you have a strategic partner who understands marketing and knows the best way to engage web technology to help you achieve business goals such as engagement, sales, leads, donations and more.

Prior to establishing Spencer Web Design, I was the Vice President of a St. Louis web development agency and one of the first Internet Product Managers for A.G. Edwards and Sons, a Fortune 100 company.

I hold a Studio Art degree from Lindenwood University. I have had training in user-centered design from Jared Spool [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jared_Spool] of User Interface Engineering in Cambridge, Mass., a leading research, training, and consulting firm specializing in website and product usability.

I was nominated for NAWBO’s 2005 Woman Entrepreneur of The Year, and I served for 12 years on the St. Charles Community College Foundation Board as both a Director and Executive Committee member.  I am a member of BNI St. Charles, former Treasurer/Board Member of the Cottleville-Weldon Spring Chamber of Commerce and co-founder of Sunrise Network St. Charles.

Known locally for my deep passion and expertise in web development and design, I have been invited to speak at organizations such as St. Louis’ Main Street Marketing Community, St. Louis Community College’s Woman Entrepreneur program, the Institute of Management Consultants, CORO Women In Leadership, ESPW, NAWBO, Commerce Bank, FaceNet-Working and the Cottleville-Weldon Spring Chamber of Commerce.