We empower and enlighten!

WebSanity works closely with clients to plan, develop, and host attractive, usable websites that enable editors to manage all aspects of their sites.

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How we serve you

We help you build the perfect website.

Plan

You bring industry knowledge, professional expertise, and insight unique to your organization. WebSanity brings decades of experience and works with you to design a successful website.

Build

Your content and vision, coupled with WebSanity’s tools, coding, and expertise, produces a mobile-friendly responsive website that is easy for you to edit.

Nurture

WebSanity houses and protects your site and assists you with content management system services and ongoing support.

We have great clients

And they have great websites!

Saint Louis Zoo

Saint Louis Zoo

America’s #1 Zoo

Nicholas Center

Nicholas Center

Strengthening clergy & lay leaders

ACLU of New Jersey

ACLU of New Jersey

Because freedom can’t protect itself

Global Leadership Forum

Global Leadership Forum

Transform the lives of diverse youth

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity

Giving a hand up in Saint Louis

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral - Little Rock

Trinity Little Rock

A house of prayer for all people

What makes WebSanity different?

We know what we’re doing, and we’re here to help you succeed.

  • Process

    WebSanity follows a well-defined, battle-tested process that works hand-in-hand with a holistic design theory to produce exceptional websites. Planning documents & constant communication ensure we all work together on a common vision.

  • Responsive Design

    The shift to mobile is advancing rapidly; many websites get 50% of their traffic from mobile devices. We are experts in responsive design, a technique in which your website adjusts perfectly to PCs, tablets, or smartphones.

  • Content Management System

    Our clients edit and manage their websites using the open source Concrete5 content management system (CMS). Concrete5 provides the best combination of power and intuitive ease of use for our clients’ sites.

  • Security

    WebSanity carefully selects, maintains, and monitors all system software. We proactively tighten our servers’ security, watch for changes, and react immediately to vulnerabilities. Our on- & off-site backups are regular and redundant.

  • Support

    You are not alone. WebSanity is committed to customer service and personalized support. We provide technical and editorial guidance to help you use the CMS and present your content in an efficient, effective way. And we custom-wrote our extensive documentation.

Meet WebSanity

We’ve developed hundreds of websites together since 1995 for clients throughout the US.

Jans Carton

Jans Carton

User Experience & Empathy

Jerry Bryan

Jerry Bryan

Communication & Wisdom

Scott Granneman

Scott Granneman

Infrastructure & New Ideas

What guides all of us

Our clients deserve successful and cost-effective solutions to their needs.

  • WebSanity will only work on projects that provide value to your organization, regardless of the value of the contract to WebSanity.

  • WebSanity will keep you educated, involved, and informed throughout the lifetime of our partnership.

  • WebSanity is committed to successful projects and satisfied clients. Your project’s success is as important to us as it is to you.

Contact Us

Voicemail or text: (314) 644-4900

1610 S. Big Bend Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63117

Saint Louis Zoo

We enjoy our long-term relationship with this distinctive zoo of international fame. Zoo visitors with mobile devices enjoy the fact that the website is responsive, something distinctive among sites this size. This 1,500-page site has more than a million pageviews per month.

Saint Louis Zoo

Nicholas Center

The Nicholas Center, at St. James Commons in Chicago, values the elegant design of this site. Not for beauty alone, but also because with elegance the site remains easily editable. Developing leaders is a beautiful thing.

Nicholas Center

ACLU of New Jersey

This large, actively edited website is updated numerous times daily. Current news is the focus, but interactive content such as district maps and legal case details must also be maintained. The editors find that our CMS is essential to their work.

ACLU of New Jersey

Global Leadership Forum

To reach diverse youth for STEM educational disciplines, both the message and the medium are critical. This site gives participating sponsors full control of their content delivery.

Global Leadership Forum

Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis

It takes many hands to lift a community. Volunteers, staff, donors, and more. A wide variety of tasks and groups to satisfy, both internal and external. Many editors, many goals. This site delivers what they need.

Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

The design really works for them. The CMS really works for their wide variety of non-technical editors. And built-in capabilities enable several user groups to have private sections on the site.

Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis

Jerry Bryan

Former journalist, Press Secretary to the Governor of Missouri, corporate executive. National chairman, Business Marketing Association; a Fellow and national board member, Public Relations Society of America; cumulative service of 100+ years on local and national boards for civic and charitable groups. Provides WebSanity clients with consulting, strategy, and communications counsel. Principal of WebSanity since 2005.

Jans Carton

Leader in user-centric website design for clients from small nonprofits to Fortune 100 companies. Creator of user-interface designs that make it simpler for site visitors to find information and conduct transactions. Developer of multiple CMS capabilities that make it easier for clients to self-manage websites. Co-founder of WebHeads in 1995, one of the first Web development companies in St. Louis; Principal of WebSanity since 2002. Creating websites since 1996.

Scott Granneman

Adjunct Professor at Washington University in St. Louis and at Webster University in Communications and Computer Science. Provides corporate training to small and large firms. Written seven books; contributed to two. Former columnist for SecurityFocus and Linux Magazine. Co-founder of WebHeads in 1995; Principal of WebSanity since 2005. Building websites since 1995.

WebSanity’s Privacy Policy

It’s simple. We don’t provide or sell your email address or other personal information to anyone else. We use anonymizing tools like Google Analytics to find out which pages are popular and other information similar to that. We value our privacy, & we want you to have yours as well.