Design to Code

The process of turning a design into code is fairly straight forward. It starts with the designer creating their vision of what the website should look like. This includes background colors, font families, content layout, navigation options, footer styles, pop-up windows & so on. The designer then sends the developer a layered PSD file, a flat PDF file or some other version of their design.

A few examples of websites that I’ve taken from design to code are:

MAjorly Happy Clients

Bar Bickering Desktop and Mobile Game
Crossing The Line Entertainment in Pennsylvania
Gallon Historical Art in Gettysburg, PA
Gettysburg Trinity UCC in Pennsylvania
Military Artist James Dietz Official Website
John J. Hayes Historical Collectibles in PA
Graphic Designer Joni Blymire Headquartered in Pennsylvania
New Oxford Municipal Authority in PA
Ralph's Fur Farm Official Website
Socket Comic Books Website