Stampede Blog

Articles / Author / Jared Ng


Using Keyword Research to Improve Your Online Store


Your e-commerce website is just like a regular store when it comes to location. If people don’t come across your store, it won’t generate visits which will lead to a conversion in sales; the same with online stores. Being visible and searchable on the web is crucial to your online store. Your potential web customers… Keep reading

Productivity / Tips and Tricks

Manage Your Energy, Not Just Your Time

manage energy

During a day at work, we often find ourselves managing our time in order to be productive. If we spend more time on something, the quicker it gets done. However, time management isn’t the only factor that contributes to a productive day. From my experience, energy also plays a large part. What is energy? Energy… Keep reading

E-commerce / User Experience

How Personalization Helps the Online Shopping Experience


Customization and personalization are much too common these days thanks to the Internet. Companies such as Google use your search data to build trends and habits so that it delivers targeted ads whenever you are surfing. With this, people are getting more of what they want and this has created a generation of users who… Keep reading

Culture / Events

Stampede Get-together & JomLaunch 4

jomlaunch 4

The team meeting up Last Friday (25th November 2016) marked the first time Stampede got together, physically at one place, and at the same time. If you didn’t know already, we at Stampede work remotely from various places around Malaysia along with other parts of the world. For instance, we have Viki from Hungary and Tony from… Keep reading

Culture / UX Research

Tales from the UX Workshop: Learning to Speak your Client’s Tongue

stampede ux workshop

At Stampede, we have experience running UX workshops with clients across different industries. With each industry being different from one another, getting to understand each client requires a bit more effort. Every client speaks a different language, based on their industry’s jargon and terminology. Learning to speak and understand your client’s terms is important, because you need… Keep reading

Culture / Processes

Overcoming the Fear of Analytics


When I first used Google Analytics it was a shock to me seeing so many numbers and charts. The flood of information at the time was more than what I could make sense of. This was the first time I developed a fear of analytics, a fear of big data. Eventually, I got used to it after… Keep reading

Inspiring / People

Being a Developer Hero: An Interview with Zulfa Juniadi


Our interviewee this time is Mr Zulfa Juniadi who was recently awarded “Developer Hero” during the 2016 Rice Bowl Awards. He is a prominent figure, in the web developer community in Malaysia. Our developers here at Stampede have even trained under him for AngularJS. Because of that, we got to know him a bit more and were interested… Keep reading

Culture / Processes

The Stampede Way to Scrum: The Blitz

Stampede Blitz

Every workplace has team meetings and Stampede is no different. Although we work remotely using our computers, we get together regularly for updates, discussions and sometimes just for casual purposes. What is The Blitz? The Blitz is the official name for Stampede’s version of a stand-up meeting, and it occurs every weekday at 1PM (GMT+8) over… Keep reading

E-commerce / User Experience

Improving Your E-Commerce Checkout Process

There is no denying that the checkout step is the most important step in the online buying process. This is the part in the process where the user’s interest is converted into a sale, thus making it an actual purchase. Even if the user has enjoyed the online store experience by browsing around and adding items to their cart, a… Keep reading

Culture / Working Remotely

Dads of Stampede: Parenting and Remote Work

At Stampede we don’t need to commute to a physical office, and that’s because we all work remotely from various places. There are pros and cons, as well as opportunities from this setup. One of which is the ability to keep an eye on your kids at home while working. We sat down and asked two of our… Keep reading