Worcester Web Workshop (WWW) started in 2014 as a series of workshops for ArtsWorcester, a local non-profit membership organization in the heart of central Massachusetts, and grew into a full fledged business a few years later when we decided to break the mold and not just train people how to build their own website, or build one for them, but form a true partnership with our clients. Your success online is our success.
Unlike most web design businesses, our focus is on providing custom access and accommodations to free and low-cost tools that won’t break your budget, or your brain, and we encourage all customers to start small in order to grow your web presence efficiently and organically.
Building on over a decade of experience in web design, filmmaking, IT support, and tech consulting work for the Clark University community, WWW’s two founding members, Chris Markman (BA ’08 and MSIT ’16) and Tianci Zhang (MSIT ’15) are prepared to solve web design problems today and tomorrow. Contact us or get a quote find out more!
Diversity and Inclusion Statement
Worcester Web Workshop is committed to supporting individuals, businesses and groups who are diverse in gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religion and age. We believe the multiple cultural backgrounds, life experiences, thoughts and ideas in our community not only make us stronger as a whole, but are a vital component to the Commonwealth.