View Full Version : CodeSublime - PSD to HTML

09 Aug 2009, 05:33 PM
Hey guys,

I'm working on a new startup PSD to HTML business. We just finished working on our site. - It's still in need of lots of renovation, but I really like our color scheme, and the general look of things.

The address is www.codesublime.com

I'm looking for feedback, ideas, suggestions, anything that hits your mind when you check out our website.

We're also thinking of holding a contest for a logo. I have a refurbished iPhone 3G that I'd be giving away, so hopefully we could get some good content! If you have any suggestions as to where we should host the contest, I would be all ears.

Thanks for your help!


10 Aug 2009, 08:34 PM
Ok, well the first thing I would do if I was a company looking to have my PSD's cutup into XHTML/CSS, would be to look at your code.

I don't like what I see, AT ALL. Your website structure isn't semantic, or structured properly, i'll break it down for you:

-Links, these should be contained within an un-ordered list
-Why have a style sheet and then inline CSS?
-No <p> tags???
-Make sure your website is valid: http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.codesublime.com%2F

In regards to the VISUAL aspect, I can tell the graphics on the bottom of this page: http://www.codesublime.com/services.html aren't yours, except for the last one, where you made your own graphic, reason being is because there is NO AA on the graphic at all, where as the other graphics have clean borders.

I find the colours clashing too much on this page: http://www.codesublime.com/faq.html

Best way to see if your site is structered semantically is to turn of all CSS styles (FF has an awesome Web Developer plugin, that can do it with a quick click of the mouse) see how it looks, this is how google is going to see it, how screen readers will read it to blind people. At the moment, your code is a mess and not structured properly at all.

You sufer from divitis, too many divs on your site, you could EASILY throw away 60% of the divs you have on that page.

I would seriosuly recommend you study more on your CSS/XHTML before you start building sites for companies...