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Getting Up to Speed: Rapid-fire Design


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

Design / UI/UX / User Experience

Microinteractions: Details that Are Not the Details

The strategists at Stampede are up to something again. One day, Jared the Content Strategist, who ran Constructs, and I sat down for a meeting about interfaces in general. We ran through a number of websites we liked and as we cooed over every single detail that makes the user experience even more delightful, we decided to…Keep reading

Culture / Processes

Transitioning from Print to Digital Design

When was the last time you actually read a newspaper or a magazine? If you’re like me then you’ve been getting your news from subscribed Facebook feeds and bookmarking websites that publish content that is of keen interest to yourself. It’s an obvious trend where the media is moving to, and that is from print…Keep reading

Design / UI/UX

Improving Mobile Users’ Shopping Experience

Mobile commerce is now taking over online shopping. Rapid growth of smartphone technologies and people’s consumption of smartphones and devices other than desktop computers contribute very largely to the growth of mobile commerce. According to the Internet Retailer statistic, in June 2013, 55% of online shopping come from mobile devices. If you have an online store and it…Keep reading

E-commerce / User Experience

8 Clean and Minimal Ways to Display E-Commerce Products

An e-commerce store design sometimes gets in the way of the product and overwhelms user. How do we design product displays that are clean and minimal?

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!

Design / Projects

Mighty Things

We’ve just launched the new Stampede website (yay!) so here’s Shaza saying thanks to all the wonderful people who made it happen. Also, find out things in the work at Stampede.

Design / Projects

Connect Cuba is launched today!

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.

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.