This one is also when I was working with Agoda. The purpose of this review page is to increase the customer response rate after they checked out from the hotel to gather information about when their feedback of their accommodation.
Because of the rising trend of mobile usage. Especially at that time, the number of mobile users has increased dramatically.
Use can rate and give stars to each dimension of hotel services.
Then we can gather this valuable information and help the next visitors make their decision more easier.
While I was working with Agoda in or APO team. Originally with 3 developers Ignacio, Uttaya and me 1 QA Weerawat. We created a new selling channel of Agoda to sell a secret hotel with 15% room discount rate. the highest discount offered.
Also, the designed comes from the designer team to offer the most user friendly UI/UX for visitors.
The technology behind of this page was created by ASP.NET MVC with partial view. It helps me a lot to break each part of the page into individual unit.
Japan-tour.jp is one of the popular travel information site for Kyushu, Japan attractions. They provide a huge information that cover everything if you would like to visit Khushu region of Japan.
My work of this website is to improve the website visibility on Search engine using SEO (Search Engine Optimization) technic and keyword research to increase the website ranking on the search result page of most search engine and gain more traffic into the website.
Today’s post will be a little bit different, no flashy photos, but a rather flashy concept. I have always been interested in ecology, low scale human sized farming and beekeeping, and I always felt my life in Tokyo, fantastic as it is, lacked a bit of the natural touch. So I was thrilled when I learned about the Ginpachi – the Ginza Hachimitsu Project, an ecological project centered around the humble bee to build a local community, aid farms, assist in the rebuilding of the tsunami ravaged north east and get some pretty wonderful 100% ecological honey in the process! The story is not new, but it is a story well worth repeating and adding to. In 2006 a local Ginza man decided to try his hand at using his building’s roof space for something more interesting than just as a place to put the air conditioning, beekeeping. Now…