Very high quality PSD to HTML. Nine PSDs in total.
- Status Completed
- Budget $250 - $750 AUD
- Total Bids 64
I have nine PSD files for a web site that all need to be transformed into high quality HTML and CSS.
Your bid should include the cost to convert all nine PSDs and your first milestone request should be the cost to convert the 'LANDING PAGE' only. You will be asked to ONLY convert the landing page, then your code will be assessed. If your performance is high quality, you will be authorised to convert the remaining eight pages.
The result must be very professional and well thought out. The code will be examined by a professional (and pedantic) web developer.
It is expected that several revisions will occur. However, if the result clearly demonstrates a lack of professionalism, the milestones will be cancelled and another freelancer will be awarded.
The HTML page must use Twitter Bootstrap elements ( [url removed, login to view] ) where indicated, and the structure of the website must conform to the twitter bootstrap column layouts. The PSD has been designed with this in mind.
The PSD file is very well organised in terms of the layers and indicates most elements that can be adopted from bootstrap. The resulting HTML must conform to the layers specified in the PSD. Deviations from the PSD are welcomed only if they can be justified, otherwise the PSD must be adhered to very strictly.
You will be in communication with the main web developer who will be available to view intermediate revisions and provide feedback along the way.
It is preferred that you use git for version control.
JPEGs of the nine pages are attached. PSDs are available on request, please PM directly if you wish to be sent these.Get free quotes for a project like this
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