The personal site of Raphaël Mazoyer (hello!), freelance digital strategist and occasional troublemaker. Into: branding, e-commerce, and designing services that actually work.
Category Archives: Korea
Wrapped up a year and a half of hard work today, handing over the final stages of the launch of our Taiwan business to a new colleague, and engineering to my friends at Dirox and another new colleague who will … Continue reading
We’ve struggled for years with our implementation of the LG U+ payment gateway on the Évasion mobile site. It relied on a popup window to process credit cards. The Facebook iOS in-app browser does support them, unlike some other apps … Continue reading
How ironic: my bank, Woori, one of the oldest in Korea and not the most progressive business ever, is using the Google URL shortener when sending out SMS reminders to activate my new cash card. In a country where Google … Continue reading
Looking for a bank with which I can do business in English, on a Mac, and on my iPhone, preferably without installing any plugins or “security” software. Caveats and notes: Shinhan’s Mac banking is a downloadable piece of unsigned software that requires overriding … Continue reading