HTMLcut.com has announced the issue of a new e-book about Design-to-XHTML/CSS conversion services. This consumer guide answers main questions that are essential when working with PSD-to-XHTML providers.
Feasterville, PA, July 22, 2009 – "Introduction to PSD-to-XHTML Services: Consumer Guide" this is the title of a new e-book just issued by HTMLcut.com, a leading PSD to XHTML/CSS slicing company.
Conversion of digital images (e.g., prepared as Adobe Photoshop *.psd files) into XHTML/CSS markups is a necessary phase of most web development projects. As a stand-alone service design-to-XHTML slicing emerged a few years ago. Its appearance was the market response to increasingly growing requirements to quality of XHTML/CSS code, its compliance with WWW Consortium (W3C) standards and browser compatibility.
By its nature PSD-to-XHTML conversion is work at the border of two quite different fields – design and programming – and requires specific skills and knowledge to implement. Key customers of PSD-to-XHTML services are web development companies, designers, bloggers, and website owners.
The e-book is based on the practical experience and explains basic points of PSD-to-XHTML services: What they offer; Their role in the market and place in the web development process; Main terms; Available alternatives; What customers gets; Recommendations how to get the most and avoid unnecessary troubles.
It is not a bare listing of facts and tips. Analogies with music, thoughts about designers’ role in the modern economy and web industry, and a stylish design make the e-book exciting and interesting. At the same time it is easy to read.
The e-book "Introduction to PSD-to-XHTML Services: Consumer Guide" is available for free download at http://www.htmlcut.com/psd-to-xhtml-introduction.aspx.
HTMLcut.com ( http://www.htmlcut.com ) is a leading provider of custom PSD to HTML coding services. HTMLcut.com offers a full range of PSD to XHTML/CSS slicing and converts .psd, .ai, .png designs into website markups, WordPress blog themes, and templates for open source content management engines (Joomla, Drupal, etc).