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Feb 6 2016

The Grid: Did it kill the web design?

Posted on February 6, 2016 | by Rajeesh PK | in Website design | No Comments

Do designers have a future? Watch out where you are going or your fate is sealed. I’ m not blabbering useless because I’ve gone mad. But, the truth is bitter. Something that we don’t want to dawn upon us but will soon be groping the reality of virtual web designing. Indeed, designers are a digital […]


Jan 7 2016

29 Steps For the Perfect Website Layout

Posted on January 7, 2016 | by Rajeesh PK | in Web Development, Website design | 1 Comment

29 Steps For the Perfect Website Layout

The ever expanding world of online business has initiated companies towards paying due attention to their websites. Known as the face of an organization on the web world, a website is a source of information for the users and a way to connect with their needs. They project ideas, products and services to the target […]


Jan 5 2016

Animation: Enhancing User Experience (UX) with the basic principles

Posted on January 5, 2016 | by Rajeesh PK | in UX & UI Design, Website design | No Comments

Wikipedia defines Animation as the process of making the illusion of motion and change by means of the rapid display of a sequence of static images that minimally differ from each other. Illusion??? Human beings are illusionist creatures. Anything that appears to be appealing to the eyes attracts people. They love visualizing virtual motion, and […]


Dec 31 2015

Our 10 most popular posts of 2015

Posted on December 31, 2015 | by Suraja Nambiar | in Web Development, Website design | No Comments

Our 10 most popular posts of 2015 - Acodez Blog

We are happily winding up another eventful year 2015 that presented Acodez IT Solutions with a history of glorious achievements again, to boast about in the future over generations to come. All thanks to our dear readers, followers and well-wishers for their valuable contributions that helped us make this one of the most successful years […]


Dec 24 2015

Designing in the Browser or Designing in Photoshop: Which is your Choice?

Posted on December 24, 2015 | by Rajeesh PK | in Web Design Tips & Tools, Website design | No Comments

Designing in browser or designing in Photoshop: Which is your choice?

Designers turning into coders is the new cool these days. Wonder why? The only reason could be because Photoshop is dying and more number of people prefer designing in the browser. But, wait a sec, be honest can you actually ditch your traditional designing habits, those wireframing tools and your desktop publishing software for your […]


Dec 10 2015

Responsive or Adaptive Design? Design trends to look for in the year 2016

Posted on December 10, 2015 | by Team Acodez | in Web Design Tips & Tools, Website design | No Comments

Responsive or Adaptive Design? Design trends to look for in the year 2016

From the start, Google has been quite keen on designing responsive websites and has been continuously notifying webmasters to ensure that their sites are mobile-friendly. As per an update that was rolled out on April 21st 2015, Google has brought into practice the new system of ranking only mobile-friendly sites over the search engines. Regardless […]


Dec 4 2015

404 Error Page Design: Simple Usability Tweaks to Retain Visitors

Posted on December 4, 2015 | by Team Acodez | in Web Development, Website design | No Comments

404 Error Page Design: Simple Usability Tweaks to Retain Visitors

One of the key aspects of any great website design lies in the designer’s ability to feature a handful of commonly designed pages that exhibits almost similar usability characteristics. This brings us to our main point of discussion that is the need to implement 404 error pages which form the most common yet the least […]


Nov 16 2015

When to Use Subdomains, Domains and Subfolders?

Posted on November 16, 2015 | by Team Acodez | in Website design | No Comments

When to use subdomains, domains and subfolders

A website possesses almost the same attributes as that of a desktop computer. The starting point of a desktop computer is always a chain of folders and subfolders, which leads to a specific file location. The only difference between a desktop computer and a website is their purpose; desktop computers satisfy personal requirements of operational […]


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