CodeMyConcept Giveaway: $400 Worth of PSD to HTML Services




The PSD to HTML service CodeMyConcept is giving away prizes for two(2) lucky SpyreStudios readers. Grab your chance to win $250 (1st prize) or $150 (2nd prize) worth of PSD to HTML conversion services.

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The contest is open for anybody to join. The prizes are great and we will announce the winners once the contest is over. CodeMyConcept has completed a huge number of HTML5/CSS3 markup and CMS implementation projects.

About the Company

The service CodeMyConcept will take your designs and turn them into beautiful hand-coded and W3C standard compliant websites. The company is full of young and enthusiastic developers who are familiar with mobile design, responsive websites, and all the major content management systems.

If you need more than a simple HTML/CSS page, you can select WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal implementations, or an HTML Email package. This giveaway package is a fantastic starting point for testing the waters and seeing how great their service really is. The time you will save by offloading your frontend development can be priceless.

Check out the site FAQ page to learn a bit more. All major browsers are supported and will properly render your website layout. Let’s check out some of their live examples:

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How To Enter

To be eligible for entry in the contest you need to leave a comment on this article explaining why you would like to win this service. You can earn a higher chance of winning by also sharing around via social media. Follow CMC on Twitter @codemyconcept and send out a retweet of this giveaway. Also if you are a user on Facebook then become a fan of the CodeMyConcept FB page and drop a message, too.





About the author:

Jake is a creative designer, illustrator, and web developer. He frequently writes articles involving new-age design concepts and freelance management skills. You can find him in Google or follow his tweets @jakerocheleau

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