Designing a successful website is a complex task, requiring the combination of many skills. Graphic design ensures the site looks good; competent coding makes it work efficiently; well written content helps visitors understand the offer and get in touch; while search engine optimisation skills ensure the site can be found by its target audiences.
For the graphic designer, there is always the challenge of ensuring that a website looks the best it can, and matches the brand of the site owner with a style that blends seamlessly with other marketing collateral. To achieve this aim, it is generally best to build the design concept using established graphic design software such as Adobe Photoshop or a similar programme. Working within a proprietary website design template may save a little in costs, but can often compromise the quality of the output for the client.
In order to ensure that the graphic design makes it accurately and safely from a concept into the live website, a graphic designer will need to work alongside a Front-End Web Developer who is skilled at taking a Sketch / XD / PSD / Figma file – the typical output from a graphic design software programme – and turning it into code that is understood by the world wide web. Right now, that means creating a reproduction of the visual impact of the PSD file, but in HTML5, with the result being a website page that not only works on the web, but looks just the way the graphic designer planned it to. Along the way, an HTML designer will ensure that the website works well on the wide variety of internet reading software currently used, from Internet Explorer to Firefox and Safari, and complies with other important directives such as the ability to accommodate reading by those with disabilities.
By working together with a capable Front-End Web Developer, the graphic designer will ensure his desired outcome is achieved: a website that looks great, but one that works well too.
How does the process work?
Let’s say you are a brilliant designer, with a great idea, that you want converting into interactive web pages, but either don’t have the time or the skill set to convert Sketch / XD / PSD / Figma to WordPress. That’s precisely where I am able help you! Rather than wasting your valuable time searching around for the right freelancer to convert Sketch / XD / PSD to WordPress, I can provide you with a fast accurate service, with an hourly rate or daily rate to suit yours or your client’s budget.
What do I need to do to start the Sketch / XD / PSD / Figma to WordPress Conversion process?
Once I have received your brief, this can be in the form of a PDF or PSD file. I will analyse what’s required to convert your PSD to HTML files in the form of images, text and the front-end interaction you need to make the pages as google friendly or user friendly as possible. Then I will estimate the time needed to complete the Design Conversion.
How do I maintain control of the project?
Above all your concept takes priority. I will do everything I can to ensure that your ideas are followed to the last detail. My reputation relies on an excellent PSD to HTML service, and you will be kept informed of the projects’ progress every step of the way.
What if I require any changes?
No problem! It’s unlikely you will be dissatisfied with the finished result, but when I make your initial analysis of your brief to convert your Design to WordPress, than I will build in a portion of the cost to cover amendments. I am working in a totally transparent way; there are no hidden extras or charges, the agreed fee is what you will pay.
How do I get started?
Email your design files to me and I will get to work on the costs immediately. In less than 24 hours your concept will be well on its way to fruition with guarantee excellent results with no delay. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate contact me.
For the best quality and accurate turn Sketch / XD / PSD / Figma to WordPress conversion service around, contact me today – you won’t be disappointed, that’s guaranteed!