Since I started to work with CSS I realised that it design wasn’t my forte, after struggling and overcoming a number of concepts I decided that I would leave the world of CSS designing and try my hand at other languages.
Currently I’m looking to find a CSS designer to assist me, free of charge, by providing me with some
bespoke, yet simple, CSS documents which I can work with an adapt with other languages, such as PHP to help me further my learning. I am not in a position to pay anyone for this, as I’m still at school.
I have spotted a few very appealing PSD templates which look great, perhaps someone could convert these to HTML + CSS for me and in return they would have gained a free copy of the initial PSD document – I would like to have confirmation that the work would be carried out before purchase.
I understand that this is a very unorthodox question however I felt it best to consult the community prior to giving up.
Thanks everyone – if you need more information I’m happy to answer them.
> I have spotted a few very appealing PSD templates which look great, perhaps someone could convert these to HTML + CSS for me and in return they would have gained a free copy of the initial PSD document – I would like to have confirmation that the work would be carried out before purchase.
Firstly, you’d normally have a license for only a single use, so the other person could not use it. Secondly, any professional web developer would lose more money in time than it would cost the to buy the PSD in the first place. And besides, who wants a random PSD?
CodeCanyon has some nice templates that have already been converted to HTML/CSS and they are very reasonably priced – that’s probably your best option.
What is it you want this structure for? If it is for the front-end to a project, consider either taking someone on as a partner (if you are monetising the project), or saving up to invest in someone. Being at school means you have limited funds, not no funds. There are plenty of ways to scrape money together – it’s all down to whether you want to do that.
If all you are doing is learning the technologies, then you can pretty much ignore the front-end entirely. Default styling in the browser isn’t awful, and you can always use a framework such as bootstrap to make it look a little more up-to-date if that bothers you.
I may be able to help you with that, as i am looking for a side project while i work on my personal website. And also it’s good practice interacting with other developers and i myself am in need of a little help. Send me a direct message.
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