For the most part, Phenomenoodle is one woman and her cat. And, to be very honest, the cat doesn’t do all that much.
While the funny fluffy thing naps in close proximity to a source of warmth, however, I will be joyfully designing and coding your site. My name is Taryn Wallis, and working with Phenomenoodle means largely working with me, although every now and then, depending on the requirements of your site, you may get to work with the mysteriously nicknamed yet infinitely capable coding genius that is Zorgbargle. We also work with other service providers (e.g. for SEO, copywriting, photography, videography) when their special skills are needed.
For now, though, given that you and I will end up working closely together to create your website, here are some things you may want to know about me:
- As you can probably tell from this site, I have a sense of humour that falls into the ‘quirky’ end of the spectrum. You can, however, rest assured that, while I have fun doing what I do, I take my work seriously. The rumours that abound regarding my responsibility and reliability are entirely true. I am also annoyingly organised and efficient. I will never let you down.
- Once upon a time, in a country far far away, I used to be an Organisational Psychologist. I also have a Masters in Business Science, and an art background. This particular mix of skills and training, combined with the fact that I sit almost exactly in the middle of the left-brain/right-brain continuum, means two things for your website:
- One, I love design and coding equally, which means you get a website that is not only pretty, but one which also comes packed with all the functionality you require.
- And two, your website will not only look good, but it will also support your business strategy and goals, as well as incorporate the psychology of how people behave on the web and in the buying process in order to ensure that your site converts traffic to customers.
- I have an innate knack for explaining complex technical subjects in a simple easy-to-understand manner. I sometimes tell people I’m a translator – from geek (which for many people may as well be Greek!) to English.
- Thanks to growing up next to a Greek family and having a close Greek friend in high school, I can actually speak a bit of Greek too.
We’re based in Scotland, in East Lothian just outside of Edinburgh, but we work with clients all over the world. We’d love to work with you too!