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hellojon says

Hey everyone,

I just would like to know how many PSD ’s you provide when creating html themes? Do have mainly one or two designed pages, or do you support every single page on the website in psd format?

Cheers

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SimonIJ says

i only designed the frontpage, and then i set the page up with html/css i just found out how it should look like :), but i think its bad praksis

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hellojon says

Thanks! Any other opinions?

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_rg_ says

The ideal and most professional, for me, is to provide one single psd for each page and piece used on the site. Designs should include all states, active links, rollovers, drop menues when over, when rolled, lightboxes, etc…

That´s the ideal, and sicerely i never see someone doing that, allways something is missing, some form not designed, lightboxes, nobody remember to design that!!

My two cents.

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hellojon says

Thanks RG. Is this standard practice for WP themes as well?

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RobbyDesigns says

As a Buyer I’d say this (and it is just my personal opinion) – I never buy a theme that doesn’t have a PSD , preferably sliced because that’s how I have always worked and don’t see why I should have to follow someone else’s idea of what works best for me. If you have a second page that is identical in terms of graphics to the first page then I wouldn’t expect a second PSD cuz I don’t need a PSD to work on layout, just the graphics.

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