Latest Tips and Tricks of PSD to HTML Conversion to Follow in 2017

Posted By: Shubham Tiwari on Mar 03, 2017

PSD to HTML is the simplest approach for designing the websites. However, it takes time, but you will get the pixel perfect result. It is a challenging task though but a professional can easily make it. 

This blog guides you through the latest tips and tricks that are involved in the PSD to HTML conversion. 

Maintain the file structure:

As a designer, it is a must to have a managed folder structure so that you can easily understand and can use it for a later use. Having this thing done, you can easily move to all of your designed projects, files, and folders. Also, you should follow a proper naming convention of the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files. Well, this will lessen your time and efforts and in turn, helps to boost up the overall process to get the clean result.

Maintain the consistency in design:

To maintain the same flow throughout the design is crucial. These designs help give your websites a professional look. If the placing, spacing, and structure of objects and elements are done well, then you can say that the design is a consistent one. The uniformity and structuring should be done well for having a corporate look. Most of the designs lack in content placing but are structurally well organized whereas some lack in both. 

Slicing of the files:

After the design is ready, the next step is to do the slicing of the designed PSD. The PSD is saved in the form of layers and those can be opened in Photoshop very easily. An HTML developer can make this task very simple. Although this is a difficult task; everything is dependent on this. If the slicing is done properly then only the further steps are taken. From images to the slicing of the design, all bits are done by the HTML Developer. 

Add the content:

So, far everything is going well. We have almost reached the last stage of PSD to HTML Conversion. This is a not a crucial stage, but for someone who is a content, freak might emphasize more on this point. So, placing of the logos, images, and text is more important as it makes the site more interactive and descriptive. 

Test it:

Once, everything is done, a final run through is needed. You need to test, validate the code, and test whether everything is working fine as per the requirements. Thus, the PSD to HTML Conversion requires small but crucial steps to be followed for having the best end result. Your testing includes browser compatibility, screen resolution, speed, and accessibility. 

Cross browser compatibility:

We have a plethora of browsers available in the market and no doubt there may be quite a few which we might be using them frequently. So, you need to make sure that the designing and coding is done keeping in mind the standards of all these browsers so that the website functions well in all of the browsers.

Use the general screen resolution:

Now, the page layout is one other point to be kept in mind. Design in such a way that it works fine in all of the devices and screen resolutions. As the owner, you would always want to have the best user experience for your visitors; so, you can have minimum scrolling, less but to-the-point content that appears neat and clean. 

Final Thoughts:

PSD to HTML is a process in which you need a designer and a developer for designing and HTML slicing respectively. The designer should have a deep knowledge so that the following steps can be performed smoothly. The above steps, tips, tricks, and cautions will help you to smoothly go through the conversion process. 

For more information regarding PSD to HTML, please email us at sales@technoinfonet.com or give us a call on +44 2081446541. 

Shubham Tiwari

A Google Analytics Certified Professional handles the position of Sr. SEO Manager at Techno Infonet. He has expertise in SEO, Social Media, Digital Marketing, Google Adwords, Google Analytics and so on.

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