History

Phoogoo (originally Woodsyworks Inc.) was started in 1998 by founder Zach Hoffman while living in Tokyo Japan. Hoffman started Woodsyworks as a web site to post stories about life in Japan, pictures and odd cultural nuggets. Essentially, it was an early blog before the term came into popular use. Hoffman began building web sites for friends of his before moving back to the United States in 1999 to do it full time. In 2003 the company was incorporated and in 2005 the name was changed to Phoogoo.

For most of its history, Phoogoo has been a solo operation that utilized the help of a number of talented designers, programmers, writers, freelancers and agencies to serve its client base. In January of 2007 Phoogoo hired its first full time employees, moved into its current office space and transitioned away from a creative services co-op to a boutique web and marketing agency.

For over 13 years Phoogoo has had the pleasure to work with a wide range of clients of all sizes from numerous industries. Businesses want to grow and Phoogoo has been able to offer solutions that are tailored to the specific needs of each client we serve.