Mobile Push Notifications: Annoying or Necessary for Your Mobile App?

- 14 August 2018 at 1:35 | 0 comments

Picture a scenario that nearly every smartphone user has encountered. A user has recently downloaded your smartphone app or subscribed to your progressive web app. Soon, they receive daily waves of notifications from your app for your services, whether it’s two each day—or ten.Read More
Topics: Digital Marketing Construct Digital Web Development

Mobile Push Notifications: Annoying or Necessary for Your Mobile App?

- 14 August 2018 at 1:35 | 0 comments

Picture a scenario that nearly every smartphone user has encountered. A user has recently downloaded your smartphone app or subscribed to your progressive web app. Soon, they receive daily waves of notifications from your app for your services, whether it’s two each day—or ten.Read More 
Topics: Digital Marketing Construct Digital Web Development

QA Testing vs. UAT: What’s the Difference?

- 20 June 2018 at 3:09 | 0 comments

There are over a million results when you ask Google the difference between quality assurance (QA) testing and User Acceptance Testing (UAT). The top search results would confuse you in knowing whether QA ought to come before, after, or within the UAT. First, let’s reiterate what we know about User Acceptance Testing (UAT).Read More 
Topics: Web Development User Acceptance Testing

UAT Guide: Everything You Need to Know About User Acceptance Testing, Part 2 (Functional Testing)

- 13 June 2018 at 10:03 | 0 comments

As a continuation to the UAT Guide: Everything You Need to Know About User Acceptance Testing (UAT), Part 1 (Design & Usability), this article will cover important pointers on functional tests that you should look out for during User Acceptance Testing (UAT).Read More 
Topics: Web Development User Acceptance Testing

UAT Guide: Everything You Need to Know About User Acceptance Testing, Part 1 (Design and Usability)

- 06 June 2018 at 6:20 | 0 comments

By now, you know the importance of doing proper user acceptance testing (UAT) for your web products. In It’s a Wrap! An Introduction to User Acceptance Testing, we compacted the whats, hows, and whys of a UAT, what it demands from every marketer, along with identifying the repercussions in failing to perform a thorough UAT.Read More 
Topics: Web Design Web Development User Acceptance Testing

How to Run User Acceptance Test (UAT): An Actual Example From a Singaporean Tech Company

- 30 May 2018 at 3:11 | 1 comments

Overlooking User Acceptance Tests (UAT) in favour of software releases is a myopic and potentially expensive business decision. This is what we’ve learned as a technology start-up in Singapore.Read More 
Topics: Web Development insights User Acceptance Testing

What Is User Acceptance Testing (UAT)? The Ultimate Guide for 2018

- 25 May 2018 at 10:19 | 0 comments

You’re at the tail-end of an important web project that you’ve spent weeks working on with your team members, designers and developers. You’re at wits’ end managing shareholders’ expectations for this product to push through without a glitch. You’ve put in all the work—brainstorming, planning, crafting the project brief, scoping, and achieving various milestones of approval stages in the project timeline. Now, you’re determined to see your hard work bear fruit. Nothing must go wrong—and nothing will, if you give due diligence to proper user acceptance testing (UAT).Read More 
Topics: Web Design Web Development User Acceptance Testing

Your Guide To Web Development Terms and Lingo (The Crash Course You Didn't Know You Needed!)

- 04 May 2018 at 5:43 | 1 comments

We’ve said it before and we’ll never tire of saying it—digital isn’t the future; it’s the present. If you haven’t gotten onboard yet, it can definitely be a daunting task when you start searching for resources, tutorials, or general information about the subject, whether you’re planning on doing the digital work yourself, or reading up before you meet with a consultant who can do the work for you.Read More 
Topics: Responsive Design Web Design Web Development

Did Progressive Web Apps Prevent the Prophesied Web Death? (An Analysis in 2018)

- 20 April 2018 at 12:57 | 0 comments

In 2014, the Wall Street Journal proclaimed “The Web is Dying, Apps Are Killing It”, as they talked about the rise of native apps specifically designed for mobile platforms like iOS and Android.Read More 
Topics: Responsive Design Web Design Web Development App Development Subject Matter Expert

5 Technical Reasons Your Blog Has a High Bounce Rate (and How to Fix It!)

- 05 April 2018 at 11:13 | 3 comments

Out of 100 readers, only 2 will actually read your blog.Read More 
Topics: Responsive Design Web Design Web Development

The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Wordpress eCommerce Website

- 01 February 2017 at 10:32 | 0 comments

eCommerce is poised to become a major player in the global retail market, and the Singapore eCommerce industry may make up as much as 6.7% of all retail sales by 2025. And it’s not just giants like Lazada or Redmart that contribute to this figure, as the local marketplace features a multitude of stores selling everything under the sun, from photos printed on wood to all things Singaporean. One of the best parts about entering the eCommerce world is that it’s easier than ever to do so. There’s a huge array of services that can give you everything you need to set up your online store with only a few clicks. Find a suitable ecommerce platform, you're off to a good start! In our previous article about what you should consider before building an eCommerce store, we covered several of the best ecommerce platforms to choose from. This time, we zero in on building an online store with WordPress, one of the most popular and flexible solutions for eCommerce. Read More 
Topics: Singapore Wordpress eCommerce Web Development Payment Gateways Singapore Woocommerce