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text 2018-03-29 09:42
A brief guide to choose the best PSD to HTML service providers

Competition in the industry is getting harsher with each passing day. Business firms striving to make sales through every possible online channel need to incorporate the latest technologies to get across to their goals.

 

First of all, you need to come up with a stunning and impeccable website. It is important to have a sophisticated responsive website that renders with HTML5 on all the devices, ensuring that the users get to your website from mobile devices, laptops, PCs and so on. PSD to HTML conversion ensures this compatibility with the devices.

 

Today, people spend a lot of hours online. The landscape of online marketing and search has been greatly shaped by the use of mobile devices. Customers use smartphones to purchase the products and services, as they find it more convenient. They can even make the purchases on their move. Evidently, your business should have a powerful website, that is compatible with all types of devices used by the customers. This can strengthen your sales mechanism and conversion rate. You can reach out to a company providing PSD conversion services to make your website available to the customers without any hassles or hitches.  However not all the companies are fortified enough to avail you quality outputs and hence you need to choose the best PSD to html Conversion Company after enough thought process.

 

Here, you will see some of the most effective tips to choose PSD to HTML conversion service providers. You should keep in mind that these experts also provide a wide range of services. So, take time and choose wisely.

 

Things to remember when you choose PSD to HTML conversion service providers Check out their expertise

When you reach out to a company for PSD to HTML conversion services, you should have a look on to the expertise of service providers. Typically, reputed companies have accomplished teams of developers and designers, who can incorporate your project specifications during the PSD to HTML conversion process.

 

You may ask the following questions to the company.

  • Do you use the latest software programs?
  • Do you have a dedicated and professional team to execute our project?
  • Can you complete the project as per our schedule?

 

Check out their quality of services

You would expect the company to maintain a high standard of services. When you assign the PSD to responsive HLML conversion projects to the company, you definitely need to check out the quality of their services. The following tips will help you out.

 

  • Ask the company to provide samples of their previous projects.
  • Make sure that the companies follow semantic coding patterns.
  • Get an idea about whether the company follows the industry guidelines, as well as the rules established by the World Wide Web in terms of originality.
  • Check out whether the websites are accessible from all types of platforms, browsers and devices.

 

Analysing the portfolio of the company

It is necessary to make a thorough analysis of the portfolio of the company. This will provide you the necessary information and an overall idea regarding the quality of services that the company provides. You can check out their track record and get an understanding of the type of work that the company does. You can ask the company about their work done for other clients in the past to get an idea about their quality. You should also try to figure out whether the company worked for clients that share the same niche with you.

 

Client feedbacks and testimonials

The testimonials and feedbacks of the clients will help you to assess the quality of services provided by the company and their professionalism. If you are willing to seek PSD to  HTML conversion services from a reliable company, these feedbacks can be of great help to you. The previous clients may have shared their experience on the website, which you can read. Get across to a company with positive feedbacks from the customers and you can stay confident. Have a look into the online review forums and Google reviews etc.

 

Learn about the customer service policies of the company

Reputed companies come up with effective help-desk services for their clients. Apart from executing the projects on time and turning up within the stipulated time, they also provide reliable post-production services, as needed by their clients. You should get a clear idea about the customer support infrastructure of the company. You can assess the grade of customer support in the following ways:

 

  • Focus on how the company answers your queries.
  • Check the means through which the company contacts you.

 

Confidentiality of their services

Chances are high that your work may be duplicated, and you need to ensure that the company maintains the confidentiality of your work. Professional companies never hesitate to sign a non-disclosure agreement with their clients before commencing the project. In case you find that the company is unwilling to sign the agreement, look out for other responsible service providers.

 

Prices of their services

Companies try to curtail their costs when they seek these services. However, make sure that you do not go for substandard grades of services. When you get across to a company providing best PSD to HTML service, you should look out for the right balance between price and quality of their services.

 

You should focus on these aspects when you seek website design services. This will ensure that you find the right service providers, who can deliver you quality services within the stipulated timeframe. Reach out to any of the established companies for high-quality PSD to HTML conversion services for your websites.

 

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photo 2017-12-24 16:07

Fixed this pie chart.

Source: www.murraythenut.com/2010/03/30/the-creative-process-2_2
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text 2017-07-20 07:56
East Van Saturday Night - submissions, round two

 

East Van Saturday - four short stories and a novella, has just been sent out to three more Canadian publishers.

 

The process began in November of last year when I decided that self-publishing another work (currently I've self-published eight novels and two plays) wasn't going to achieve what I wanted.

 

What do I want?

Critical, serious consideration for my writing and you're not likely going to receive that as an self-published author.

 

Why? Because it's now dead easy to self-publish and guess what, everybody's doing it. In 2015 alone, 625,327 ISBN numbers were issued for individual indie books.

 

In the past six months I've submitted to five publishers. If you think sending out submissions is easy, well, I guess it depends on what you're comparing it to.

 

Consider:

- publishers are obsessively specific about how your manuscript should be presented: what font style, what type size, margin widths, headers, etc.

- part of the submission package is to explain why you think your work is a good fit for them,

- you must provide details on how you're prepared to market your book,

- in most cases they will not accept simultaneous or multiple submissions,

- they won't let you know they received your submission,

- you are under no circumstances allowed to contact them in any way,

- they won't let you know if they reject your work, they'll just shred it, using "a secure process".

 

Okay, so it's not that difficult, it's just extremely annoying to have to deal with their arrogance - and that's without ever having the opportunity to speak with any of them.

 

To make it even more galling, in 2014-15 these guys (and gals) received $30 million dollars in Canadian government subsidies - that's my tax money.

 

And what exactly do they do for this money now that all the services: editing, cover design, production, marketing and distribution can be done by the author or purchased from experts relatively inexpensively?

 

One thing.

 

They're the gatekeepers to literary acceptance. If you're an indie author you're a joke, if your traditionally published you're accepted by the literati.

 

Not that I'll make any more money. Emerging authors are lucky to receive a fifteen percent royalty on traditionally published books.

So here we go again.

 

East Van Saturday Night - four short stories and a novella, are to some degree autobiographical and impart to the reader why you can take the boy out of East Van, but you'll never take East Van out of the boy.


Though the stories are all set in East Vancouver (with the exception of Hitchhike, which is a cross Canada misadventure during the "summer of love"), the themes have universal appeal and the music, the fashions and the culture are distinctly familiar to "boomers".

 

Stay calm, be brave, watch for the signs.

 

Amazon Author Page   https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B003DS6LEU

 

 

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