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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. Keep Reading


Responsive Bootstrap Push Menu Tutorial

Responsive Bootstrap Push Menu is a combination of Bootstrap & jPushMenu plugin, for better viewing on mobile. Requiring HTML, CSS and Javascript, Syazwan shows the tutorial on how to achieve the effect. Keep Reading


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. Keep Reading


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. Keep Reading


Alternative for Maybank2u Mobile App

While Maybank2U mobile app is convenient for your banking on the go, it does have its limitations for services. Syazwan shows how to get the full functionality, fast and easy. Keep Reading


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. Keep Reading


The New Kid On The Block

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Rookie Sani fills us in about his first few weeks with Stampede, of the importance of self-learning initiatives and how he (and the rest of us) had been faring so far. (Note: We have always been in our best behaviour. Promise.) Keep Reading


Improving navigation on large accordion content panels

Accordions are one way to improve content presentation in a website, but when they get vertically huge they can be quite a navigational nightmare. Shaiful shows you the solution using an awesome jQuery workaround. Keep Reading


Debugging mobile website through user agents

Iwan's wishful thinking was to have the 'inspect element' option available on his mobile browser, until he found a better solution. Keep Reading


Soaring High: Go Eastern Eagles’ New Look

Zana had the chance to sit with her awesome team throughout the 30-hour deployment for the new look of Go Eastern Eagles & is now stoked to share the nitty-gritty details of what makes the site so special. Keep Reading