During his interview in Techzing 165, Rob Walling mentioned in passing using this service to have designs produced by an expensive web designer transformed into HTML + CSS: psd2html.
For a small business putting together a website, who don't want an off the shelf template or theme from Theme Forest, this seems like it could offer a good approach. Rather than going to a full-service web design firm who will charge thousands, hire a freelance designer who has the artistic and user experience skills required and have them deliver the photoshop, illustrator or whatever files to you. Then run those files through psd2html yourself to get the html and css files for the skeleton of your site.From their website:
What is PSD to HTML?We convert your designs to high quality, cross-browser compatible, valid HTML/ XHTML / CSS markup. We call this process "PSD to HTML".
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