If you are the type of web designer who doesn’t like coding, a professional PSD to HTML company could become your best friend. There are many brands offering this kind of services so I decided to give them a try and share my experience via reviews.
The guys I worked with this time are the team behind CodeMyConcept, and here’s the email newsletter they coded for me. Don’t hesitate to download it for your future campaigns, it’s absolutely free! Check out the live demo here.
Who are these guys?
CodeMyConcept is a service that transforms images into websites. That simple :) Their team converts your designs from AI/PNG or PSD to HTML, WordPress, Drupal, Magento, Shopify, Joomla! etc.
How does it work?
All you have to do is upload your designs and specify what you need to get done by filling out the order form. You can select the number of pages and delivery time, layout type and orientation, compatibility with phones and tablets, fonts, menus, and many more.
After placing my order, they’ve send me a confirmation e-mail with my credentials for the customer dashboard. The end result was really professional and there was no delay (took them 2 days in my case), but I was said that if I wanted more changes than initially discussed, this could affect the deadline.
Is it expensive?
Prices at CodeMyConcept are quite competitive. For the main page they charge $99, and $79 for any additional pages. They offer discounts for returning customers or for projects with a big number of pages. You have to pay upfront, but they have a 100% money back guarantee.
Is there anything else to consider?
With CodeMyConcept your project will be stored in their backup archives for 6 months, so you can rest assured your site will be recovered in case you lose any project files. Plus, they work under a non-disclosure agreement. Projects in their portfolio are featured only with the customers’ permission, and they’re not the type who put their logo on their final product.
If you want to build a website, but don’t want to get your hands dirty with HTML and CSS, give CodeMyConcept a try. In my opinion, it can save a lot of time and effort.