I’ll con­vert your web­site mockups into a live Word­Press themes or PHP/CSS/HTML templates. The following is what’s included:

I’ll code these pages/templates:

  • Homepage
  • 1 inner page
  • Blog page
  • 404 page
  • Search page
  • Archive page
  • Single post page
  • Comments

I’ll incorporate these features:

  • Drop menus
  • Accordions
  • Gallery/video lightboxes
  • Tabbed content
  • Tooltips
  • 1 Form (up to 10 fields)

Your finished theme will be:

  • Fully responsive
  • Widget ready
  • Custom menu ready
  • Built search engine friendly
  • Web standard coded
  • Plugin friendly (no theme conflicts)

NOTE: Your themes are guaranteed to look like your mock-ups or your money back. I’m a designer like you and understand accurate rendering of your concept is necessary.

Cross-browser compatible.

I’ll make sure your themes are fast and cross-browser com­pat­ible (see how I make sites fast) I sup­port Edge, Chrome, Sa­fari, Op­era, Fire­fox, Windows Phone, IOS 5+, and An­droid 4+. I support older browsers like Internet Explorer if requested.

Built on WordPress Standards.

I code with­in WP stand­ards, which means all themes are wid­get ready and util­ize all of the core func­tion­al­ity of Word­Press. The JS and CSS are en-queued by WP stand­ards as to not con­flict with fu­ture plu­gins.

Latest coding methodologies

My latest theme framework (Archi 4) uses BEM and SMACSS coding methodologies.

Examples of my work:

How payment works:

Everything I mentioned above is for a negotiable price per page. The price will not change un­less oth­er re­quests are introduced. Ad­di­tion­al re­quests will be a set fee and ad­ded to the fi­nal bill. I’ll re­view your pro­ject and give you the cost be­fore start­ing.  You will be billed on­line through PayP­al in­voice. Pay­ments are made in thirds: ½ to start, ¼ at mid-point (usu­ally after homepage design is com­pleted) and fi­nally, ¼ is re­quired when you’re happy with the com­pleted pro­ject.

Other information to consider:

Early pro­ject in­volve­ment

When deal­ing with com­plex pro­jects, it’s im­port­ant to in­clude me in on the con­ver­sa­tion to dis­cuss the re­ques­ted func­tion­al­ity and the design dir­ec­tion be­fore you go to the cli­ent. Some­times my in­put and sug­ges­tions can pre­vent a whole lot of head­aches down the line.

De­vel­op­ment and Serv­ers

Pro­jects are built on my serv­ers, but un­der your com­pany’s sub-do­main. You will have ad­min level ac­cess to your Word­Press theme pro­ject throughout de­vel­op­ment. I do currently re­com­mend the fol­low­ing serv­ers: SiteGround, FlyWheel and WP En­gine. VPS solu­tions are re­com­men­ded for high traffic web­sites or re­source in­tens­ive Word­Press plu­gins.

Pro­ject Check­list

Make sure your design files meet the fol­low­ing qual­i­fic­a­tions:

  1. This en­tire pro­ject’s files are in ONE zip file (this in­cludes fonts and stock im­ages)
  2. The web design is in a .psd, .ai, or .xd doc­u­ment (sorry, no Sketch).
  3. All ele­ments you want coded are DE­SIGNED.
  4. Lay­ers that con­tain text are ED­IT­ABLE
  5. Lay­ers with ef­fects are ED­IT­ABLE.
  6. The PSD file’s res­ol­u­tion is at 72 DPI.
  7. Any lay­ers that have no use have been re­moved.
  8. Any stock im­agery are pur­chased and in­cluded.
  9. A list of rel­ev­ant URLs have been made either in Base­camp or in­cluded in the zip file
  10. A list of rel­ev­ant codes has been saved either in Base­camp or in­cluded in zip file.

You can email me a zip file or send me a link to Base­camp or Google Drive or any oth­er file shar­ing ser­vice.

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