PSDs to Responsive WordPress ThemesPosted: September 19th, 2012 | Author: UX Jobs LA | Filed under: Usability | Tags: PSD, Responsive, WordPress Themes | Leave a comment »
I am looking for some help converting layered PSD files to a responsive WordPress theme. Ideally, said theme would use a responsive/grid-based framework (to maintain back-end consistency and compatibility between projects). I have an immediate need that I need help with now, with several similar projects in the pipe in the next 30-60 days.
This current design consists of six PSD’s that need to be converted (probably a total of 3-4 page templates). I have uploaded jpgs for each unique page, which you can see here:
As far as deliverables go, I am looking for a complete WordPress theme, including well-organized CSS (including whitespace). I also need custom post types for Services, Customer Testimonials, and Staff. I need the theme to display properly (ideally, identically) in all major, modern browsers (e.g. Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE9+). Ideally, I would like to have shortcodes for grid-based layouts (e.g. 1/5, 1/2, etc.). If this is just CSS, though, that is fine.
What I don’t need are any kind of add-on SEO services, contact forms, etc. I need a theme that is compatible with popular plugins, though (e.g. Gravity Forms, Yoast SEO, etc.). The theme should use up-to-date conventions and best-practices for shortcodes, functions, etc, and of course, utilize validated markup and CSS.
Billing-wise, I would prefer to have project-based billing. As such, please give me an all-in quote (including a round of revisions).
My timeline for this first project is 5-7 days. My hope, as with most people probably, is to be able to find someone to utilize for future projects. Someone in the US would be preferred. Thank you!