1. Converting PSD to HTML: The three options

    by Benjamin Love

    The first option: Use WYSIWYG Software

    Most web designers just starting out tend to lean on software applications like Adobe Dreamweaver or Microsoft Expression Web to take their designs to web markup. ¬†While there’s nothing wrong with this approach, as web designers gain more and more experience they end up having to go into “code view” more and more often – either because the application the designer is using isn’t as excited about the design as she is (unintended layout/positioning) or because it’s just easier to directly edit the HTML tag.

    And as designers gain even more experience and really transition into knowledgeable front-end developers, they begin to take pride in not just the way the website looks to the general public, they begin to take pride in how the website looks when people view the source.¬† Continue reading ‘Converting PSD to HTML: The three options’ »

  2. HTML: Internet Masonry

    by Benjamin Love

    We’ve recently taken the skill set of translating static design to the web and turned it into a focused business unit: Deluxious Slice. Almost immediately, we’ve started to uncover ways to improve workflow efficiency by adopting an assembly line mentality. But the reason we started the business in the first place was to get back to basics. Continue reading ‘HTML: Internet Masonry’ »