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I'm looking to try outsourcing some HTML/CSS coding - However.....

By Andrew Pollack on 03/07/2009 at 07:52 PM EST

For outsourcing html/css, I don't dare do a web search on it and just pick -- and I sure as hell don't want to pick from the ones that spam me. Who are you using?

I get pages in Illustrator that were put together from a "designer" (who just can't seem to understand that this is NOT a good design tool for the web). This happens at least once a month. I need to turn them into html/css. Once that's done, I rip sections of code out and replace it with dynamic content using Notes fields.

I'm considering running a bit of a bid contest -- send the same layout to two or three off shore code houses and see which gives me back the best result for the cost. Is anyone already using a resource for this that they like? This should be fairly cheap, commodity level work.


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re: I'm looking to try outsourcing some HTML/CSS coding - However.....By Keith Taylor on 03/07/2009 at 10:00 PM EST
I use a local guy who was recently laid off. He's very talented and
affordable. While he's looking for a new job he is able to supplement his
unemployment income by doing some work for me. It's a win win situation.
We're in Worcester. Let me know if you'd like his contact info. His work is
featured at http://www.frightcatalog.com and http://www.yumdrop.com. Try not
to judge by content of the site but on the design merits. ;)
re: I'm looking to try outsourcing some HTML/CSS coding - However.....By Ursus Schneider on 03/08/2009 at 05:10 AM EDT
I've used Jake from www.codestore.net a few times now. He knows Domino, is
reliable and refreshing to work with (none of this complicated bull-shit :o).
He comes highly recommended!

Greeting
Ursus
re: I'm looking to try outsourcing some HTML/CSS coding - However.....By Jake White on 03/08/2009 at 10:41 AM EDT
I used guru.com to find a router programmer -- the spec/bid/approve/escrow
system worked great, and if you find someone in the US, they apparently handle
the 1099s for you.

Might be worth a look if you're going beyond friends-of-friends.
re: I'm looking to try outsourcing some HTML/CSS coding - However.....By Greg on 03/09/2009 at 12:34 AM EDT
I may be able to help you out and I'm here in Portland. Contact me:
greg@domino-developer.com
re: I'm looking to try outsourcing some HTML/CSS coding - However.....By Bastian Wieczorek on 03/10/2009 at 05:05 AM EDT
I use sometimes the www.scriptlance.com service. They use a
project/bid/approve/escrow/pay system...
re: I'm looking to try outsourcing some HTML/CSS coding - However.....By Darin on 03/21/2009 at 12:11 AM EDT
I have used:

http://www.psd2html.com

Fast, cheap and very good. You do not have to start with a psd, they work with
all kinds of graphics.
re: I'm looking to try outsourcing some HTML/CSS coding - However.....By Adrian Mizzi on 04/28/2009 at 11:08 AM EDT
Email me on adrianmizzi1983@gmail.com

I think I could provide you with what you are looking for at very reasonable
prices.


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