This week I got an email from PSD2HTML celebrating their 10 year anniversary. I got it because I hired PSD2HTML last month for a project at work that needed a fast turnaround. I designed 4 web sites but only had the developement resources for 2 of them, so I hired PSD2HTML to code the remaining 2.
Each site was fairly simple and both were very similar. They each included 4 responsive pages built on Wordpress, a contact form and thank you page. The only difficult part about them was each page had several sections of varying columns and content.
I was promised that both sites would be built in a week and a half, which they were. I only had to make a few QA tweaks. And I thought they were quite affordable. So in the end, I would recommend any company needing quick developement work done to use PSD2HTML.
But the thing that I thought was the most interesting about PSD2HTML was the inconsistencies. To get both sites done in time, they had me work with 2 developers: one for each site. And I was surprised that no matter how similar the 2 sites were, the developers coded them very differently.
At first, I liked one developer more because they were friendlier and asked more questions about the project. I thought they would take a more wholistic approach to the project. I ended up like the other developer more by the end because their code was much more clean. I wish that developer had coded both of our sites. Not only because I liked their code, but also so that we could later on manage one code library.