PSD To WordPress Conversion Services by Codeinwp

Codeinwp.com is one of the few cost effective and user friendly online websites for simple conversion of your PSD design to WordPress theme service. As a user, you can easily upload your PSD designs into an order page of Codeinwp.com, created as per your specific instructions, and in a short time period get impressive results in the final converted theme. We like the simplicity of working with this site and the results obtained are clearly of high quality.


Who are the guys behind CodeinWp?

The team behind the company, which was established in 2010, is very motivated and dynamic. The founders of CodeinWP.com started with the idea of providing access to services that convert designs (PSD, PNG and AI) into WordPress Themes.

Codeinwp.com professionals are at your disposal to create great results in the form of WordPress themes which are new interpretations of your design.



What they offer

CodeinWp offers a demo version of your site, all the features can be checked before actually placing your order. This service is used in an effort to calm the fear of the client in the conversion process. If the user is satisfied with the features in the preview they can then confirm their order. We like this feature as it serves as a form of warrantee.

In the same spirit, there is a money back guarantee if the client is not satisfied.



Featured Portfolios on codeinwp.com is yet another helpful way of checking the types of designs which can inspire users. Here are some projects that CodeinWp have worked on:




In short, we like the overall codeinwp.com service from it’s ease of use to the professional design coding employed to create WordPress themes.

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Nate Shivar - November 28, 2012

Beautiful post! And nice writeup.

I think there’s a big misconception what “powered by WordPress” means among potential clients. That WordPress is not just limited to a certain look – you can have any design you can imagine (even beyond premium themes), but with all the backend features of WordPress.


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