The team has successfully launched the website for Connect Cuba in time for the campaign launch! We are excited to be part of this movement to empower the Cuban civil society to communicate freely with each other and the world.
Rookie Sani fills us in about his first few weeks with Stampede, of the importance of self-learning initiatives and how he (and the rest of us) had been faring so far. (Note: We have always been in our best behaviour. Promise.)
Creative block is something designers had been dreading, especially when the deadlines are looming near. Wan tells us how he overcomes his by finding the inspiration in sketching and the Internet.
Shaiful understands product sashes are a nice touch for e-commerce websites, hence he is here to show you how to have it done.
Traditional bonus scheme can be secretive and one-sided. Zana explains how Bonus.ly could be a gamechanger.
Shen, who is always full of surprises, decides to enlighten us on The Big-O Notation. Something geeky for a change!
This week, Wan found out that painting skulls in acrylic actually help him sleep better. Meanwhile, Shaza attempted to do flat design without exclaiming "Rainbow unicorns!" too much and Zana imagined a scratch postcard as memento of her recent adventures.
Stampede Design is a web design & development studio. We do graphic design, we do XHTML/CSS, we do CMS-driven websites and we're pretty cool with Joomla too!
We do lots of stuffs. Wanna find out more?
We love what we do and we care a great deal about who we're doing it with. So when it comes to welcoming new talents to the band, we're being very selective.
We keep our team small enough to go big. And they are so pretty you can't wait to meet them.