Since 2020, Rennel Parino has been dedicated to understanding our clients and delivering results that surpass their expectations. We are so excited to announce Rennel’s promotion to Lead Web Developer!
As a developer, Rennel has continued to refine his technical skills while taking on new challenges with an open mind. All while boosting awareness of positive values and interpersonal connections.
Check out our Founder Jules Taggart’s interview with him!
Jules: Who has influenced your body of work? What did you learn from them?
Rennel: For me, that would be everyone on the team, but one member in particular is my supervisor, Omar Morales.
I’ve learned a lot from him, from knowing how to quickly identify problems based on our high standards when it comes to development quality, to being able to see opportunities in pre-development during our collaborative design process.
Jules: How are your personal values aligned with Wayward Kind’s core values? How does this impact your work?
Rennel: The core value I align with most would be human connection.
I always want to have an exact sense of what is needed from the client, so that I would have a firm understanding of how to approach requests and what solutions can be done to solve them.
Jules: What do you believe about yourself?
Rennel: I believe that I have a sense of diligence in order to accomplish most, if not everything that I am given.
I believe that even if a task is difficult, I can still find ways to accomplish the task piece by piece, and be able to ask for help wherever necessary.
Jules: In working from home, how do you balance home-life and work-life?
Rennel: I tend to take breaks as needed – specifically breaks that keep me away from the screen in order to prevent any form of eye strain. Once I clock out, I give myself a bit of rest before using the computer again.
Jules: What are you nerding out on right now?
Rennel: One thing I’m nerding out on right now is motion graphics – there’s a lot of versatility in programs such as Adobe After Effects, so it’s nice to know that there is a lot of potential and possibility in such editing tools.
Jules: Do you have any rituals or routines?
Rennel: I like to do a brief exercise on the treadmill every morning in order to get the blood flowing and to keep my health in check.
Jules: What does your perfect day off look like?
Rennel: A perfect day off is one that ties right before or after the weekend. I’d get up early and plan out the activities for the day so I make the most of it.
Congratulations, Rennel! We are so thankful you are part of our team.
Looking for a website update? A re-brand? Get in touch and see how Rennel and the rest of our Wayward team can help bring your ideas to life.