PSD to HTML Slicers with Kentico Experience

Shannon Dunn asked on May 15, 2014 11:45

No forums so I am posting this here. :) We are looking to replace our current PSD to HTML slicer for various reasons and wondered if anyone out there knew of a good US based (where development occurs in the US, so we are not chasing time zones) PSD to HTML slicers with a background or familiarity with Kentico based projects. The Kentico part is optional but preferred. We just find it easier if they have an understanding of making good CSS and HTML decisions if they know their work is going into a CMS such as Kentico. Thanks!

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Hilton Sher answered on May 19, 2014 02:35

Hi Shannon,

We are a San Diego based company and have completed this process of slicing and building HTML & CSS (including HTML5, Responsive and mobile pages) for many of our clients using Kentico.

We can work closely with your development team if needed to ensure an easy integration for your developers from HTML templates to Kentico or can build the templates directly in Kentico. We have been working with Kentico for over 8 years.

I would be happy to discuss doing this for you.

Feel free to contact me at: +858-356-7658 PT

Cheers, Hilton

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Alexander Kontsevoy answered on May 16, 2014 11:38

Hi Shannon. I'm sorry but I don't understand your question exactly. What you want to see as final result? Web site with new design based on Kentico? Or something other?

If you want to create web site with new design (and you have design already), we can do it for you.

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Shannon Dunn answered on May 19, 2014 09:12


I am looking for someone to take the PSD's and convert them to HTML with the understanding that they are going into Kentico. Most HTML "slicers" as they are called, create HTML pages without understanding the nuances of getting it to work with a CMS much less Kentico. There are ways to make it easier for the end developer to use when putting it into Kentico that can save days off a schedule. That is what I am looking for. When you say "we" who is "we" for your answer. :)

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