About Us

We apply our broad skillsets to provide transparent, user friendly packages for our Clients to kick-start or revamp their project.

vagary noun: an erratic, unpredictable, or extravagant manifestation, action, or notion

vā-gə-rē

In our years working across government, academia, not-for-profit and startups, we consistently came across the same pain-points for new and high-growth companies -- creating a brand and website that was not only affordable, but easy to use and update day-to-day. We figured...

two minds are better than one

...and decided to combine our collective expertise to create no-frills package services for new and emerging businesses, podcasts and projects.

Unlike many companies who make things too complicated to take the reins of your website, we set you up so you can update and manage your own site.

Bec is a technology generalist with experience across web and mobile application development and administration, and strategy and consulting. As a technology leader with a keen understanding of product strategy, she has worked on projects ranging from simple application contracting to large scale government consulting projects. 

Beyond technology, Bec is a keen student of ecosystems, and a participant in and curator of technology communities, globally and within Australia. She is embedded in the startup and innovation sector of Australia, and as a scout for AirTree ventures Explorer program, seeks out companies with scalable models, where no and low-code platforms can assist.

Bec’s superpower is her ability to view problems at a macro level, and draw from her uniquely broad knowledge of technology tools to create solutions that are simple, maintainable, and cost effective. 

Bec has a Master of Applied Information Technology from Monash University, and Bachelor of Commerce from Melbourne University, and is a current candidate for the Master of Business Administration from Melbourne Business School. 

Leesa brings her skills as a writer, podcaster and community organizer to the Vagary team. While her skill-set is broad, Leesa specializes in launching and growing nascent or early-stage projects.

She is currently working for Kettering International in foreign market entry strategy and assisting in the management of Monash University’s alumni community in the US.

Her semi-scripted history podcast, Sweetbitter, which she hosts along with podcast veteran, Ellie Brigida, and Professor Alyse Knorr is in the top 1.5% of podcasts worldwide. The podcast has been featured in Apple’s New and Noteworthy, PocketCast’s Remarkable Women and Stitcher’s Women in Pop Culture.

Leesa has a degree in International Relations and Psychology from Monash University, specializing in extremism and identity studies and maintains an interest in both. In her spare time you can find her performing as a singer, geeking out on pop culture or overusing hyphens. 

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