PSD to HTML Conversion Company HTMLcut - 3 Years of Growth and Success
Submitted by: HTMLcut.com
(OPENPRESS) October 25, 2011 -- HTMLcut, a professional PSD to HTML conversion company, has celebrated its 3-rd anniversary. During these years the company has helped thousands of web designers and web agencies to slice their designs into cross-browser, W3C valid markups and won recognition as a reliable provider of high quality HTML/CSS coding services.
Translation of a graphic mockup into xHTML/CSS code and a set of web-optimized images (so-called PSD to HTML conversion) is an essential part of website development. An intensive growth of the Internet and increasing specialization among web designers have led to separation of PSD to HTML conversion into a stand-alone service. For a very reasonable price and with fast turnaround, such services allow clients to easily cope with HTML coding overflow with the help of well-trained and experienced coders.
Sergiy Lavryk, HTMLcut's CEO: "Entering such a competitive market as PSD to HTML conversion, we understood that in order to succeed we should provide something more than just a common level of services. That is why we have always built our business strategy on the principles of Professionalism, Measured quality, and Comfort in use and Comprehensive customer care."
Professionalism. A high level of technical attainment, effective production and management processes, understanding of the customer's needs - these aspects are regarded as of paramount importance at HTMLcut. One more essential facet of the PSD to HTML service here is strict commitment to the professional ethics as well as advocating the best Web practices and HTML/CSS standards.
Measured quality of work. At HTMLcut one of the most important key performance indicators (KPI) is the number of repeat customers and web companies that work with HTMLcut on a continual basis. In other words, any customer is treated as a long-term business partner. No surprise that there are a lot of clients who use HTMLcut's services for years now.
Comfort in use and Comprehensive customer care. An open dialogue, strict adherence to the customer's privacy and IP right protection, and guaranteed after-sale service (30-day free technical support) underlie the HTMLcut's customer relationships. Customers can choose the most convenient for them way to communicate (online chat, IMs, e-mail, telephone), place an order (free consultation and quote, prepayment, or custom contract signing) and make secure payments (PayPal, Visa, etc.), as well as get substantial volume and loyalty discounts and coupons.
In 2008 HTMLcut started from basic PSD to XHTML slicing. Today the company's line of design-to-markup conversion services includes not only conventional PSD to HTML/CSS/AJAX, but also
* PSD to HTML5/CSS3 (the latest versions of hypertext markup language and styling standards), applying responsive web design techniques (if required) which allow websites to flexibly adapt to different mobile and tablet screen resolutions
* PSD to WordPress
* Development and implementation of content management system themes (for Joomla!, Drupal, etc.)
* PSD to e-mail templates
* Upgrade and redesign of existing markups
All the markups are hand coded, cross-browser compatible and developed in the compliance with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendations.
Celebrating its anniversary, the HTMLcut team also thinks about the future. Sergiy Lavryk comments: "Running a business in today's economy is not an easy thing. But we are constantly looking for ways to improve our services and do our best in providing high standard PSD to HTML conversion. This is the keystone to the mutually beneficial business development and highest customer satisfaction rate."
HTMLcut is a leading provider of professional PSD to HTML conversion services. HTMLcut offers a full range of PSD to HTML/CSS coding by converting .psd, .ai, .png designs into xHTML/HTML5/CSS markups, WordPress skins, Joomla!, Drupal and other content management system themes, and templates for shopping carts. Follow HTMLcut on Twitter @htmlcut.