Posts Tagged "website"

DUMC 2.0 launched

  • DUMC 2.0 launched
  • DUMC 2.0 launched
  • DUMC 2.0 launched
  • DUMC 2.0 launched
  • DUMC 2.0 launched
  • DUMC 2.0 launched
  • DUMC 2.0 launched
  • DUMC 2.0 launched
  • DUMC 2.0 launched
A few months ago, we began working on the DUMC website as the previous website was dated and did not serve the functional needs of the church. After much planning, sweat and endless keystrokes, here's how the landing page of the www.dumc.my website looks like.

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Hidden fees for Firefly mobile bookings

Hidden fees for Firefly mobile bookings
The offering seemed simple, and being an explorer, I was convinced enough to give it a spin. Little did I know, I was going to be in for a surprise! Convenience my foot! More like conveniently hidden fees! It reminds me of the time I blogged about Tiger Airways trying to hide certain fees too - read about it here.…

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Importance of the web user experience

Importance of the web user experience

I click cancel and return to the previous screen where an inconspicuous section says "All bookings made using an electronic form of payment are subject to a CONVENIENCE FEE per passenger per sector". tiger-airways-convenience-fee-1.jpg What on earth is this? You blew your budget while developing the booking system, and are forced to charge us for it You're trying to be sly-er than the coyote Tiger hopes our eye sight isn't so good, and they can hoodwink us by 50 bucks Whatever it is, how can you pass on a convenience fee to us?



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Website localization in Kuwait

A quick post on how things change online depending on where you are. We transited at Kuwait International and I quickly wanted to check on a location I had to go to. And whoaa... things changed drastically on screen. Gave me a bit of a surprise for awhile. Even Facebook was trying to serve me their localized ads. Sorry, I…

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Kuala Lumpur city hall website hacked

Kuala Lumpur city hall website hacked
Wow, I end the year with spelling errors on the national postal service website, and I start the year with an "interesting message" for the Kuala Lumpur City Hall left by a certain interesting individual with the handle "manadocoding". It's supposedly left for a "malingsia" - or is that supposedly Malaysia? Whatever the case, it's really embarrassing - and no…

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The dynamic duo from The Nut Graph

The dynamic duo from The Nut Graph
[stdvid]yCnm1LAOLYE[/stdvid] Watch this casual chat video as Alex spends some time with Jacqueline Ann Surin and Cindy Tham of The Nut Graph, 12 hours before Malaysia's latest new media news website launches. They hang out at Integricity's office warming party before heading off to a sleepless night! Get to know the 2 dynamic women behind The Nut Graph and their…

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