a·nom·a·lous

[uh-nom-uh-luhs]
adj.
1. deviating from the common order, form, or rule; irregular; abnormal.
2. not fitting into a common, familiar, or expected type or pattern; unusual.

Are you an agency?

Let Anomalous be the development arm of your agency. We will be completely transparent in the entire process. You get the benefit of extending your service base without diluting your brand. You DESIGN We DEVELOP.

Anomalous is a mobile and website development team based in South Africa.

We look forward to helping you with any of your mobile and website development requirements. Anomalous has many strategic partnerships with service providers and can offer services from Cape to Cairo.

Our current drive is into the African Market, and have aligned ourselves with companies that feel the same.

Anomalous Services
Web Development, Specialised Scripting, Mobile Application Development, WordPress Development, Codeigniter Development, Kendo Development, Agency Work and Facebook Development.

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Wordpress Maintenance
Our WordPress maintenance contract will give you peace of mind that your site is secure, up to date, and provide you with knowledgeable development and consulting services for you to utilize when needed.

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Wordpress Optimization
This service is aimed at getting the best performance out of your WordPress website. Having a fast website could be one of the best ways of improving user experience and getting a better search engine ranking.

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Some of the Brands and Clients we have done work for.

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