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20 October 2020

Elements which often being overlooked during Website Development

When designing an application, there are 3 major variations — mobile app, web app, and desktop app. Mobile app design is pretty comprehensively documented and understood. However, web and desktop apps are often lumped together as one. The assumption seems to be that the only important factors to consider in designing for different types of apps is screen size and portability. However, there are specific considerations to be made when designing a web app as opposed to a desktop app, even though they might run on the same device.

08 October 2020

How businesses can leverage on Digitalisation to work during Covid-19 pandemic

Over the past few months, we have seen how digital technology helps in the fight against COVID-19. Several strategy discussed how expanding digital services can help reduce the impact of COVID-19 on the businesses now and boost the growth later. Moreover, digital development can help Malaysia businessess to work along with COVID-19 as begins to take place again here in Malaysia. We will share about how digitalized businesses could help us to cope with the new norms. Strategy 1: Transform business Amid the uncertainty as to what behaviours and trends from the crisis will endure, this is much clearer.

22 September 2020

How Do Free Mobile Apps Make Money?

Do you have an idea for a free mobile application but you doubt whether it's worth investing? How do free apps make money? Your doubts are quite clear: the development of a top-notch mobile app requires a lot of time (typically, several months) and, more importantly, money. Before kicking off the development process, you should clearly understand how you’ll recoup your investments and how to make money with apps in 2020 or in the future. We’ve decided to help you get your idea off the ground and show how exactly you can make money on free apps.

22 September 2020

Tips to own a FUTURE-PROOF & AWESOME website design

The design of a website has direct impact to the user experience. A poorly designed website is most likely to get visitors to give up in completing an action, such as purchase a product or signup a mailing list. Generally, if the site is having snail loading speed or is difficult to navigate, 90% of visitors will leave without. If you are not getting the results that you want from a webpage, such as increased conversions and decreased bounce rates, evaluate the design. Here’s a few bad elements we noticed on other websites. Try to avoid repeating any of these five bad elements of bad website design. What Does Bad Website Design Look Like? The average website owner may not understand the differences between good and bad web design, which causes a lot of websites ended up with terrible and inefficient designs.

While design trends constantly change, there are basic elements of a website that remain universal, including:

29 September 2021

Mobile Apps Marketing Strategy we must implement

According to statista.com, there are around 3 millions mobile apps released through the Google play store and around 5 millions mobile apps (both game & non-game) released through the App store in July 2021.