The last quarter of 2010 and the first quarter of 2011 has seen me doing more PSD to HTML/CSS and jQuery conversions than ever before. It’s kept me so busy I’ve not been able to put half the posts up I would have liked.

On the positive side, I’ve been performing PSD to HTML/CSS/jQuery conversions on behalf of some great design companies including Push Creative, Net Biz Web, Xyone and Surefire Media.

How does the PSD to HTML/CSS service work?

Typically I get sent a design composite/mockup of the web site to be built (usually as a layered Photoshop PSD file) and then my job is to produce W3C compliant HTML/CSS and jQuery code of the design (basically everything you see front-end of a website) ready for the PHP programmer(s) to then integrate into the particular CMS/E-commerce system. It’s great for the design houses as they can easily outsource this work to me, safe in the knowledge I’ll produce valid, well structured and semantically correct code, to time and to a fixed budget. It’s great for me as I’m able to concentrate on front-end development – the side of things I like doing best.

Can I see some examples?

Unfortunately, I won’t post specific examples here in the interests of client confidentiality. However, if this is something you’re interested in me looking at for your company, drop me a mail and I can tell you more.

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