FINALLY! That is probably the first thing that came into our minds when we published our brand new website today. It has been almost two years since we did our last redesign, we did had quite a few handful of projects and responsibilities late last year, and this version has been sitting in the test server way too long.
As you probably guessed, we are fans of simplicity, so while the last website was perfectly fine, we figured that we can continuously improve our home. With this new site, we enhanced the usability, simplified and optimized the design in all possible devices that we could get our hands on, threw away a few things that we didn’t actually use, and we loved how it looks. However, this really is version ten point zero, so it probably has a few bugs here and there that we need to sort out.
You might notice that the Store is gone. Well, no, but we’re still figuring out a way to simplify it for now. If you need to buy old T-shirts from our stock, you can still head over to the previous store.
So there you go. We hope you enjoy our new site as much as we do.
Update: Our store is back online, click here to go there.
Our office will be closed on Friday, January 31, 2014 to celebrate the Chinese New Year. We’ll be back open again on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. Gong xi fa cai!
Our office will be closed tomorrow on Tuesday, January 13, 2014 for the Maulid Nabi Muhammad national holiday. We will be back open the next day.
For this year’s yearend holiday, our office will be closed on Tuesday, December 24, 2013, and we’ll be back open again on Tuesday, January 7, 2014. Happy holidays, everybody!
Earlier this year, we were commissioned by EzyTravel to rejuvenate their web presence into something cleaner, more modern, and most importantly, easier to use. Our work starts off with simple wireframes, cutting away unnecessary steps and contents, to further streamline the most essential functions of the website. Above is the screenshot of our proposed design, which was then passed on to their development team for implementation.
We also helped them realize an updated design for their website’s mobile version. One of the biggest hurdles in the design is that it has to stay similar across multiple mobile devices, while keeping all the required functions intact and making sure that the user experience, while adapted for mobile use, stays as similar as possible with the desktop version.
Our scope of work only covered the design stage. Actual implementations are subject to modifications and may result in a slightly different direction from the designs above.