Good, reputable PSD to CSS/XHTML/HTML service.
March 9, 2009 6:41 PM   Subscribe

Good, reputable PSD to CSS/HTML/XHTML service?

I'm looking for an online PSD to CSS/HTML/XHTML conversion service. I've googled around, but I want to see if anybody could recommend a good service based on personal experience.

Also how much did it cost and what was the turnaround time?
posted by pakoothefakoo to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 11 users marked this as a favorite
I asked this question previously and wasn't really comfortable with what I read there. I usually work with MeFi user Memo but he was all booked up on that occasion (which is why I asked about online services) and I ended up working with Scabrous instead. Both deliver excellent, compliant code and pixel perfect CSS cross-browser renderings, at very reasonable costs.
posted by DarlingBri at 6:56 PM on March 9, 2009

I have heard good things about, but not personally used, XhtmlSlicers. They offer a variety of time windows and let you preview the results and ask for corrections before making the full payment. The next time I need a job like this job done I plan on using them.
posted by christonabike at 8:56 PM on March 9, 2009

Somewhat off-topic, but I would really like some journalist/blogger to write an article comparing a couple of these services. Particularly if the design they were sent had some tricky gotchas, browser issues, etc.
posted by AmbroseChapel at 11:12 PM on March 9, 2009

I'm using XTML4U right now for all my projects. They're very clear and friendly; Sydney-based (so emails are in proper english); fixes/clarifications are free, and small extra fees for javascript, sIFR, etc. We tried, and they were a bit less communicative.
posted by cogat at 11:47 PM on March 9, 2009

I'm looking at XTML4U's portfolio right now. They've taken an interesting approach to cross-browser compatibility:

<a href="concept.html"><b>CONCEPT</b>
<!--[if IE 7]><!--></a><!--<![endif]-->
<!--[if lte IE 6]><table><tr><td><![endif]-->
<!--[if lte IE 6]></td></tr></table></a><![endif]-->

I don't know what that's doing and I don't want to know.
posted by AmbroseChapel at 8:51 PM on March 10, 2009

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