Designing in PSD and then porting to HTML is still common these days. Responsive design will probably alter the ways of the design industry, but up to today it hasn’t, at least not from the ground up. In the following post we gather some useful and highly elaborate tutorials on PSD to HTML conversion. Each tutorial in this collection provides information in an easy to follow manner, so that you can actually learn all the conversion techniques. So, take some time, look into this collection and try to grab the techniques. Here is the complete collection of 30 tutorials on PSD to HTML conversion.
If you want to learn how to code a clean minimalist HTML or CSS website layout, then follow this tutorial.
Very detailed and step by step tutorial on creating 1stDelicious portfolio layout by converting PSD files into HTML. CSS framework, CSS Sprites and CSS3 are used to create a valid HTML or CSS and cross browser compatible layout.
With this tutorial, you will be taught how to code a clean web 2.0 style web design starting in Photoshop. Basic techniques will be discussed in detail.
This tutorial will walk you through the process of coding up a website right from PSD to complete HTML. All code is semantic and standards compliant.
If you want to learn how to code a Photoshop file into a fully functional website then this tutorial is for you. You will learn coding of a design agency landing page from scratch.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a sleek and eye catching portfolio website from a Photoshop PSD file, then coding it into HTML and CSS.
Here the complete process of designing and coding a slick website has been described with great detail.
This tutorial will help you converting Artthatworks from PSD to HTML by using Skeleton Boilerplate.
This tutorial covers the steps of coding the PSD files into CSS and HTML in order to create Brillante blog layout. Some handy tips are also included in this tutorial.
Here you can learn coding a stylish portfolio design into HTML or CSS.
This tutorial will walk you through the process of creating and coding a minimal and modern web layout from PSD to fully functional XHTML or CSS.
Learn how you can code a corporate website from a Photoshop design into HTML and CSS.
By following this tutorial you’ll end up creating a clean and working XHTML or CSS layout.
Another detailed tutorial on coding a grunge website design from scratch.
This is a detailed PSD to HTML conversion tutorial that will teach you how to build an elegant and simple CSS3 web layout.
This tutorial has been especially thought for advanced users who want to learn coding a clean yet professional looking website design.
You can follow this tutorial and learn converting a Photoshop mockup into XHTML and CSS layout with complete functionality.
You can code an awesome and minimal website design from PSD to XHTML and CSS. At least that’s what the instructors say. Some new features of CSS3 are used in this tutorial.
This tutorial will help you learn some basic techniques of converting business PSD templates into HTML or CSS layout.
This tutorial is about creating a simple and cloudy portfolio website based on a PSD design.
Learn creating a professional website design from scratch with all the techniques involved.
First create a web design in Photoshop and then convert it into HTML or CSS by following this tutorial. Learn to create a lovely textured web design.
Here you will learn how to create a comic book themed website design by using Photoshop PSD and converting it into HTML and CSS.
Simple and easy to follow tutorial to let you learn coding a band website.
This will explain the complete process of converting PSD files into an HTML or CSS web template. Although it is not a complete and specific tutorial, it provides a general overview about the complete process.
Here you can see how to convert a PSD file into a fully functional XHTML or CSS layout. The whole process is described in easy to follow steps.
This tutorial teaches you to convert PSD to XHTML in order to create a chalkboard style WordPress layout.
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