5 easy steps that will help you convert PSD to HTML Template

At present, the web development sector is going through a highly-dynamic phase, where the adaptive designs have become the latest trendsetter as W3C has officially announced HTML5 & CSS3 as the latest web markup code. The advent of these two web scripts has helped in the development of responsive designs which can function on all the screen sizes.
However, if you are just the beginner or an intermediate level developer, you should avoid carrying out PSD To HTML conversion process of your own. Although, you can refer to the articles and tutorials available online, but still it will be good to hire experts as they are the one who knows everything about this process. In this article, you will read about five things that would give an in-depth knowledge of the PSD conversion.

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A PSD Design
Since, you would be converting a PSD based image file to the HTML template, make sure you have a clear understanding of certain things. First of all, try to gain complete knowledge of the project you wish to accomplish. You can also take help of an expert who will assist you in getting through this whole process.
Colours
Colours play a crucial role in the success of a website. It will be good if you do a bit of research and choose the wisest colours possible. However, it also depends on the industry your company belongs too. Additionally, there’s a vast difference between the colour preferences of males and females. So try to maintain balance while selecting a colour scheme. Try to understand the entire theory of colours.
HTML5
As mentioned above, HTML5 is the latest W3C recommended standard, which means it has become easier for the developers to come up with responsive websites. For example, you can avoid using an image for building the call for action button, instead, you can use CSS3 & HTML5 to get the job done for you. This will not only save time but will also help you in increasing the loading speed of the site.
CSS3
The advent of HTML5 also gave birth to the CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets), which assists in creating websites with very less code required. The new CSS3 comes loaded with selectors and properties, which make the web development enticing and fun to browse. You can use the all new 2D and 3D transforms which can be applied to certain elements of the site. Apart from that, you can apply the gradient, resize background image, 360-degree transition, use border radius, text shadow etc.
Media Queries
The CSS3 comes with media queries which help in building a responsive layout. Earlier, it was quite tough to build a website which can function on all sorts of devices. But with HTML5 and CSS3, your portal will run on both desktops and mobile devices. These responsive designs adapt to any screen size that too without dropping any functionality.
Summing Up
Through this article, you will get a clear understanding of the elements involved in the process of PSD conversion. Make sure you hire an expert for this task.

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