Web Development


Apart from being one of the most overlooked aspects of website building, development is also an extremely important aspect of successful web management. As the underlying HTML/CSS code is not directly visible to visitors, it is often neglected in order to cut costs. This might come across as a small issue; however it can lead to further problems surfacing when web browsers evolve – which in turn compromises the usability of the website in question. Hence, we at Access Desires leave no stones unturned to make sure that all details are tended to. We don’t believe in making compromises or taking the easy way out, simply because some of our work is not visible to our clients. It is our ardent belief that all web designs, as good as they may be, are dependent on a sturdy, beautifully-crafted HTML/CSS to support them.

W3C Valid HTML/CSS Coding


Our works are all tested with the aid of major revisions of well-known web browsers (such as but not limited to, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari). In addition to this, we also stick to particular web standards laid out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which makes sure that our works don’t land into future problems associated with web browsers getting updated over time. As a matter of fact, we take great pride in being one of the few studios island wide who validate all their work in accordance with W3C's strict standards.

Semantic Web, table-less structure


Table layout structure happens to be one of the common practices, which have come into development in the past 10 years. This is not just inefficient and floated but difficult to maintain. CSS has now been in practice for the past 10 years, however a number of web design firms worldwide still use this outdated method. Access Desires makes sure that all works are carried out via the CSS table-less structure - to ensure optimisation to the last byte.

Javascript animation


Flash works to inject a great amount of interaction/animation into websites, but it’s known to be pricey. Flash content is known to be difficult, if not impossible, for usual search engine spiders to crawl through. This in turn works to reduce the likeliness of Flash websites achieving one of the top rankings on most search engines. Therefore, we on our part do away with Flash and use Javascript wherever possible, for all our interaction/animation work. This works to maintain a site’s interactivity without giving up on its search ability.