Malaysia Freelance Website Designer & Developer

“Affordable Website Design

For Start-Ups, Small and Large Business”



Hello. I’m Syaf and I am a freelance website designer and developer based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with business and technical copywriting skills.

As a creative freelancer, I have worked with small and large business owners in Malaysia over the past 10 years and I have helped businesses increase revenue, customer based and brand awareness by designing and building beautiful and professional website complete with SEO management that don’t break the wallet, and I believe I can do the same for your business.

Lets get started, shall we?

Before I can provide you with the cost estimations for your website, I need to understand your requirement.

So, please take your time to [fill in this form] and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Alternatively, you can also contact me at +6018-9689960 (, email me at or use the [form here].




Available for Hire

Website Design & Development

Clean and Responsive

As one of the most affordable Malaysian freelance website designer and developer, I'm happy to work with you on your Wordpress blog, ecommerce, online store, company portfolio, community forum and many more.

Content Article & Copywriting

Capture Your Audience Attention

I provide a wide range of copywriting services to meet your every need. Whether you require a traditional print copy, or conversion-driven website content, I can help you filling the gap on your website pages.

Mobile App Development

Reach Your Audience

I'm also a co-founder of Happy Ring Ring, a Malaysia based iOS and Android developer team where we could collaborate and turn your idea into a fun and practical swiping experience.


Stuff That Might Interest You
  • 5 Ways to Rank Better in Google Search Result

    The most common question I get asked by my clients – how do we rank our website to be on the top of Google search? Unfortunately, I don’t have a simple answer to that. There are hundreds of ranking factors that need to be considered which it’s almost impossible for us to execute even half of them.

    However, here are my 5 best practise to rank better in Google result.

    1. Proper keywords usage. Use only relevant keywords to a specific topic you are focusing on. Never overuse them. Apply those keywords on your title, meta description and heading tags. Make sure your article contains the same keywords.

    2. Good content. Short and compact articles that focus on the topic are much better than pages of report that full with irrelevant stuff. You might have write some topic about something that others already published, but as long as the content is good, unique and useful to the readers, your chance to rank better in Google is much higher.

    3. Slow performance website. This is a pretty technical part if you don’t have any idea about web development. If your website takes long time to load, then you need to optimize it. There are many factors that affecting the speed of your website. If you are not sure how, I can help to analyze and improve the speed of your website.

    4. Utilize the social signals. Share your website content to social sites. Let it be seen by your friends and followers. Engage with them if they comment on your shared post.

    5. Generate links to your website. If other people doesn’t put your website link on their website, it’s hard for Google to recognize your page. If more people shared your site article and contents, Google will appreciate it and you have better chance in ranking your website.

    Bonus: Be mobile responsive. With more people using mobile to access the internet today, it’s is crucial to have a mobile responsive website – a compact version of your website when is viewed on mobile phones or tablet devices. If your readers have to keep on zooming your website in their mobile devices because the font is too small to read, then you need to optimize your website to be mobile friendly.

  • Farewell Internet Explorer

    Microsoft reported to drop the brand Internet Explorer for the browser in Windows 10. Currently the project is given code name Spartan.

    Hopefully, they are looking to also improve the components of the browser rather than just switching to another name.

    IE11 is not bad compared to the predecessor – but still lack behind Firefox and Chrome.

    As for web developers, we only hope that Spartan follows the W3C guidelines so we can be consistent across multiple platform and browsers.


  • Android Mobile App Development class for beginners

    We are organizing an Android Mobile App Development class for beginners this month. Details are as follows:

    Date: 25 March 2015 (Wednesday)
    Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
    Venue: SOVO @ The Armada, Plaza Armada Petaling Jaya

    In this code-along Android Studio development course, trainer Amin Kamis, previously a multimedia designer will show you how to successfully develop your very own Android mobile app with the Java programming language for the first time. He will walk you through the fastest way to learn Java programming by creating a simple Android app within 7 hours.

    Step-by-step, you will learn how to create an Android app with Java programming with more challenging and fun!

    Most importantly, you will not scare of programming anymore because the trainer will show you how to inspect a code and reuse the code.

    Special Early Bird fees are available! More details, check this out!


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