Meet our happy, thoroughly talented, all-in-all great people.
At Stampede, our culture is the thing that makes us the most unique. Amidst our scattered locations, in unison we make sure that these values are imbued in every fragment of our daily work and personal lives.
Proud ownership and care for the little things.
Treat everyone close and dear, with respect and warmth.
Be amazing together.
Work speaks calibre.
Have fun and embrace the inner oddballs!
Dov is a co-founder of Stampede. He leads the company’s development and analytical strategy. He enjoys the process of developing, where you have to consider possible outcomes and code elegantly in anticipation of future demands
of the system.
Shaza is a co-founder of Stampede. She leads the creative process and has made design her acquired obsession for 8 years. A firm believer of finesse and attention to detail, communication of ideas through colors is often the first
process in any of her design work.
Zana is the UX Strategist for Stampede. Once tried to acquire a bath tub to pacify the programmers, Zana is proud of her team and is our resident Stampede culture evangelist. She makes travel a vocation, often taking client
calls in London, Amsterdam or Istanbul.
An Android purist, Syazwan translates our designers’ work into functional HTML webpages. If you can sketch it, he can probably do it. Our designers are sticklers for pixel perfection and Syazwan delivers, every time. Holler to
Syazwan if you are a Man U fan too.
Tony is a web analyst and developer for Stampede. He is highly inquisitive, a quick learner and always ready to take on new challenges while trailblazing through the tricky forests of web programming. A family man – in his free
time, he spends time with his lovely wife and daughter. Random fact about Tony: He remembers all the names for Kamen Riders by heart, so be sure to quiz him if you get to meet him.
Hidayu is the project executive for Stampede. Graduated from Materials Engineering, she makes the leap into tech and UX to coordinate and execute digital projects. A strong believer that the attention people give to what they make is reflected in the end result, Hidayu runs impeccable quality control sessions and assists clients in user acceptance testing. In her free time, she scales buildings and perform silent assassination in Assassin’s Creed, among other games.
Mujib is UI/UX Designer for Stampede. A tech enthusiast, an autodidact and fan of well-designed digital products, he enjoys creating clean, simple and emotionally inducing designs for users. His views and design principles on effective design has been shaped largely by the work of Steve Jobs & Jony Ive, making him our resident Apple ambassador.
Rolando is the Front End Developer for Stampede. A web developer with more than 4 years of experience in Laravel and WordPress, one of his goals is bridging user-centered designs with functionalities that will make a website work seamlessly across many platforms. Joining the Fatherhood of Stampede, Rolando is also another addition to this team of avid gamers, particularly in multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA).
Zaid is the UI/UX Designer for Stampede. Graduated from Software Development, Zaid soon found his passion lies more in design. He is a food enthusiast and an audiophile, and is largely interested in the genres such as electronic/dance, pop, RnB and sometimes reggae. When he’s not at work exploring approaches to solve a user problem together with the Stampede team, he also likes to go on road trips to find the best places to eat. Give Zaid a ping if you need tips for the best grub in your area.
Leng is the UI/UX Designer for Stampede. Started drawing at the age of six, she is now aspire to design for better solutions which would add value to the users. Recently, she is learning Japanese in her free time, as she believes that learning something new keep her mind sharp.
Sani, or affectionately known as Sunny is yet another gamer to join the pack. On his way to become a brilliant front-end conjurer, Sani is committed to provide clean and beautiful solutions for projects. A self-learner, Sani’s enthusiasm to learn new things is infectious. Save the football talk, guys – because apparently our Sunny finds it boring!