PSD into HTML/CSS/JS transformation and implemented into Rails in the organising events industry
The current website is functional, fast, optimised and caters to the needs of the client’s ideal audience. All the requests were taken into consideration and executed according to the client’s wishes.
The front-end part of the project is PSD to HTML5/CSS3/JS conversion based on Twitter Bootstrap for the responsive design. Then, it was implemented into Rails. All desktop /tablet/mobile designs in PSD were provided by the client.
The main activities that were to bring success to the project
- Hand Written HTML5/CSS3 clean code applying W3C Standards with SEO friendly structure
- Cross-browser (IE9+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari), cross-platform and cross-device compatibility (Major tablet + mobile browsers)
- Pixel-perfect responsive design
- Table-less markup
- Optimized CSS
- Speed optimization
- Retina support
- Well documented
Sometimes, there are no hard challenges to overcome within a project, as the work is quite straightforward and simple. Even though the dynamics in the creation of the website still seeks careful execution of the plan, no significant obstacles can be noticed. This was one of these projects, where the creation of the website finished smoothly.
Kactus is a web platform that helps companies organize their professional events, be it a simple meeting, an evening or a seminar lasting several days. It is based in France and aspires to conquer the European market as well.
Kactus wanted a custom made and responsive website according to their already chosen design that needed to be converted to HTML5/CSS3/JS.