Some people wonder converting PSD to HTML is a good idea or not? Absolutely, PSD to HTML workflows used to be one of the best ways to make websites. There’s two big reasons why PSD to HTML conversion used to make sense.
The first reason is for image assets. Before browsers supported all the wonderful features of modern CSS (drop shadows, rounded corners, gradients, and more) it was very difficult to create cross-browser effects without the use of images. Designers would create shadows and rounded corners as images, then clever coding tricks were used to place the imagery on the page. These assets would need to be realized no matter what, so creating them at the same time as the high fidelity mockup actually saved time.
Secondly (and perhaps more importantly) the web used to only be available on desktop browsers and wasn’t really present on phones and tablets in the way it is today. Designing for one fixed resolution of 1024×768 used to be totally viable.
For these two reasons, it’s understandable why a designer would look to Photoshop as their primary web design tool. Image assets were needed for a single screen resolution.
In order to have a responsive website, Mr. Ian – one of our loyal customers, required Apollo Tran One Member Limited Liability Company to convert his PSD design to HTML. It’s always important to build the house before decorating the rooms, so we’ll begin by writing out the HTML structure of the website. We’ll base the HTML on the XHTML Strict Doctype and add the initial link to the stylesheet and a containing div to hold the content.
After one week, Apollo Team supplied him a beautiful and responsive website. He was really satisfied and trusted in our team and he also asked us to carry out some more custom works to get a perfect website as he expected. And he expressed his sincere thanks to efforts from Apollo team.
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