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Getting Up to Speed: Rapid-fire Design

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At Stampede, we practice a culture of staying up-to-date with the industry as much as we can. How we do that is through training in the form of modules to keep our skills sharp and ever-ready. I came from a more generic design background where UI/UX was part of the job, and the training was…Keep reading

Culture / Training

From Campus to Stampede

The following tells the tale of Hakim, our web developer who has recently come on board. It is a journey from his days at campus to how he joined us Stampede. This is his story. My campus life Back in September 2015, I enrolled for a post-graduate programme at a local public university. At the time, I…Keep reading

Culture / Training

My Internship Experience: Part 2

(This is a continuation of my first post here.) Hi, Anis here, back for the second part of my internship experience at Stampede. Buckle up and let’s bounce! Building C-Lyrics Previously I mentioned about my main assignment, which is building a lyrics database website from scratch I am going to call C-Lyrics. You heard it right people.…Keep reading

Culture / Training

My Internship Experience: Part 1

Hi, Anis here! I’m currently a student at Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN) pursuing my Diploma in Computer Science and I’d like to share my experience in my first month of being an intern at Stampede. Serendipity is the coolest thing I suppose it’s always this – when you are on the Internet, you tend to…Keep reading

Culture / Training

Building a Mobile Note-Taking App

Dahlia walked us through the process of designing a mobile note-taking app, from ideation to user interface design. World, say hi to Goat Note!

Culture / Training

The Making of SKROLS

Sani was recently given an assignment to design and develop his own website from scratch. Underneath our hovering, he captures its tale in this blog post.

Culture / Training

On Being Nimble

Empowerment is making your employee the true owners of your business. As much as you are accountable to each other, you are also invested in each other’s growth. The good news is, if you’re a small business, you’re probably already doing that anyway.

Culture / Training

Memorable Websites: of Colossal, Being Abducted and Karma

Every week, Wan was assigned to look for three websites he likes the most and why. This week, he presents the first three of his findings.

Culture / Training

Towards responsiveness: Part 2

3 weeks ago, Wan briefed us the idea of having a responsive website and the purpose behind it. In the final instalment , he will elaborate on further.

Culture / Training

Towards responsiveness: Part 1

Wan is entrusted to work on his first responsive design project for Royal Langkawi International Regatta. Here, he bares it all as the first instalment.