To us, ‘World Without Walls’ is much more than a name for our web business. It's an attitude that says "Anything is possible, with a little creative thought." And it's our aspiration of what the web should be.
World Without Walls, the web business, was formed in 2001. Our focus is on getting the web working for businesses and organisations, so it helps them towards their goals.
This business – not technology – driven approach is one our clients appreciate. Many of them have been with us for years, some of them from day one, in fact.
Working with us means you can count on a website that makes the most of every penny of your investment – not a website that's online just for the sake of it. A World Without Walls built website is one that's going to work hard for your business, like a new, productive, valuable member of your team.
Whether you're an established company looking to bring new services online, a small business that wants to make more of the web, a serial entrepreneur with a grand idea or an innovator with a challenging brief searching for a web company that can handle it, we're set up to help you succeed.
With web design capabilities you can rely on, a strategic, rigorous approach and a surprising array of extended services, we're ready to make it happen for you on the web. And let's not forget our pure enthusiasm for what we do either.
As well as building websites, we also design and build our own apps. Our first is the Canopy game app for the iPad... curious? then why not check it out! www.canopygame.com
What our clients say about us:
“During the entire project from initial consultation to the website going live, I have been overwhelmed by the high standards of service, expertise, imagination and understanding of our specific requirements.
“The final website has exceed my expectations and I am proud to have the website as the focal point of my organisation.”
“My web designer, Paul Masri (World Without Walls) has been with me from the beginning. Paul has the rare ability to put technical issues into language understandable by ordinary mortals like me. He has helped me slowly understand the fine art of staying sane while learning to use a computer and navigate the internet.”
“Overall I have found working with World Without Walls to be a pleasure and would definitely contact them with any similar projects that may come up in the future.”
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