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Hi there, I'm Akhil 👋

I am a UI/ UX enthusiast with immense love for Javascript and CSS.

You could see that with my tech stack that I work on in my projects

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🔭 I’m currently working on Feefo
🌱 I’m currently learning kind of everything and nothing! 😂
💬 Ask me about Javascript, CSS, Photoshop or anything Web!
🕺 Pronouns: (He/Him)

Reach out to me, let's party 👾:

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  1. InkDrops Public

    The Ink-Drop style interaction that is added in the material design by Google using jQuery and CSS.

    CSS 10 2

  2. FeeFo Public

    FeeFo is a easy to use and edit feedback survey form generator. Connect with your customers easily, using beautifully laid out forms. And create intuitive dashboards with a click of button.


  3. This is a plugin with small footprint that will help in determining if the browser is out dated or not. It also has a feature to configure the supported browser version for your application.


  4. RouteNow Public

    RouteNow is a small fast library that will help you in developing a SinglePage Application without any dependencies like jQuery, AngularJs, vue.js or any of those bulky frameworks.

    HTML 12 3

  5. tinylibs Public

    A aggregation of small utility libraries I have created overtime 🐱‍👤

    CSS 3

  6. Everything ever learned in the UI space

    HTML 2 1

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