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Creative Burst #22

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. Keep Reading


Creative Burst #21

This week, it's all about bringing design solutions to life. Wan gif-ed up UI designs for mobile to make them look interactive, Shaza sexy-fied our random quotes from work in the form of typographic posters while Zana demanded more interaction out of LinkedIn. Keep Reading


Creative Burst #20

Pop culture is helped shaped by designers. This week, Wan rather went Twilight-esque with his sketch of a wolf (hellow, Taylor), Shaza went googling for Kirk's Captain's log and what makes Superman, well, Superman, and Zana brought sexy back to museums. Keep Reading


Creative Burst #19

Wan did a high-res iPhone 5 template you can download, Shaza outlined her thought process of designing an e-newsletter for Stampede clients and Zana turned her school's e-book problem into an opportunity to think creatively. Keep Reading


Creative Burst #18

This week on Creative Burst: Wan designed a music player app for fans of rock 'n' roll, Shaza experimented with color pairings and Zana went subversive with her Powerpoint flat design. Keep Reading


Creative Burst #17

In this week's Creative Burst, we forgo flat design for realistic appeal, substituted Photoshop with lo-tech web design and discussed how sense of inclusion is key to engaging users. Keep Reading


Creative Burst #16

Every Friday, some of us at Stampede will hunch over our desks, designing anything we want for two hours. We thought it would be nice to share the results of each Creative Burst. Keep Reading


Creative Burst: e-Book Reader

Shaza recently designed her own ebook reader app to delight the crazy book person in her. Keep Reading


Happy Birthday, Zana!

Today is our Project Manager Extraordinaire - Zana Fauzi's big day! She was busy scheduling new projects and launching sites so she didn't know what we were up to. Keep Reading

Remote Work

The Business of Working Remote

David from 37Signals wrote this a while back: "Everything we do to manage a business consisting mainly of remote employees is something anyone else could do too. There's so much untapped tech talent that does not live near your office, but would work for you if you allowed them to." Keep Reading