Business,UX/UI Design

Customer Journey Map -What Can We Get Out From It?

ChangSheng Sze Tho   1 Mar , 2016  

Customer Experience

A customer journey map is a graphical representation of a customer’s total interaction and experience with an organisation or product, across both minor and major sales channels. This journey starts from when the customer becomes aware of a particular need for a service or product, through efforts on finding a solution, choosing from various options, until he/she makes a purchase. A customer journey map may not always consist of the entire start to finish sequence description we just saw; sometimes, only few elements of a customer’s experience are enough to define that particular customer’s journey map.
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Digital Marketing

3 Aspects of a Website that gives a Strong Impression

ChangSheng Sze Tho   14 Mar , 2015  

futureworkz above the fold

I am sure you have experience this moment once too many times. You searched for something on Google and when the results comes out, you clicked on it and the moment you are on the website, you scroll and glance for just a few seconds before clicking the back button. More…

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UX/UI Design

Parallax Scrolling – Making it work for your site

ChangSheng Sze Tho   28 Feb , 2015  

parallax scrolling design

On the late blog post, we featured Parallax Scrolling.
So you decided to use Parallax Scrolling.
How can you make a success of it? More…

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UX/UI Design

Why Responsive Web Design?

ChangSheng Sze Tho   18 Feb , 2015  

Why Responsive Web Design?

Responsive design is currently the best method towards offering the best user experience on a vast range of mobile platforms, from smartphones to tablets and other mobile devices. Some people tend to be confused when it comes to responsive website design; many believe that mobile website design is the same as responsive design; they are wrong. More…

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Business

10 important things your website should have

ChangSheng Sze Tho   2 Feb , 2015  

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It’s one thing to have a website running for your business, but it’s completely something else to have that website bringing you traffic. Online traffic is the sure way you can convert someweb users to potential clients, which means there are some certain things you need to have on your website to make it successful. We’ll proceed by looking at 10 of the most important details your website should never miss! More…

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UX/UI Design

Parallax Scrolling – Is it for you?

ChangSheng Sze Tho   19 Jan , 2015  

parallax scrolling

Web Design trends come and go. Web Designers are constantly innovating, experimenting and redefining the latest web design. You may want a ‘safe’ or traditional design, but sometimes you like to deliver a subtle message about your brand and products to your consumers and consumers.  More…

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UX/UI Design

Interaction Design: Creating more effective and considerate design

ChangSheng Sze Tho   20 Dec , 2014  

interactive website

The gamut of web designing has evolved in a tremendous manner over the past several years, and today the majority of website owners vie for an interaction design for their websites. These interactive websites are drastically different than the usual traditional websites, and there are several important guidelines and tools that help a web designer to attain an interactive design for a website.  More…

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Business

What Colours your Website?

ChangSheng Sze Tho   5 Nov , 2014  

Color Your Website

Colours play a very important role in relation to how one feel. And that, in turn affect how you and your customers act. Ask any expert and they will tell you how important colour is for Web Design.  More…

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UX/UI Design

Responsive web design, should or should not use it

ChangSheng Sze Tho   2 Nov , 2014  

responsive web design

Have you ever opened a website from your PC then open it from your smartphone or Tablet? What did you notice? Maybe in some webpages the outlook still remained unchanged with reduced screen size while on others you got a completely different look.  More…

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