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PSD to WordPress Service

May 15, 2014

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PSD to WordPress service for designers and agencies

If you are a professional designer or agency looking for help building your own WordPress websites let Buxton Web Design help with our PSD to WordPress service!

All you need to do is send us your layered Photoshop designs and we’ll convert them into a robust, flexible and fully-responsive WordPress theme with all the content in place ready for you to use.

  • Prompt and efficient white-label service
  • Aimed at professional designers or agencies
  • We’ll develop on a test server, and then migrate the site for you
  • Everything on site editable – easy to use CMS
  • Lightweight, modern code – built to the very latest standards
  • Excellent help and support

Buxton Web Design are a small team of talented designers and developers who create stylish WordPress website and blogs for businesses of all sizes. We pride ourselves on creating websites that deliver tangible results, so user-experience and technical development are just as important to us as styling or typography. We’re passionate about detail too and can assure you that your WordPress website will match your designs right down to the very last detail.

Who uses our PSD to WordPress Service?

Typical clients who use our PSD to WordPress service include professional graphic designers or full service creative agencies looking for a UK company to develop bespoke WordPress websites in a timely fashion and at realistic prices.


If you would like to work with us or want to learn more about our PSD to WordPress service then please feel free to get in touch or call Andrew Wearden on 07794 743057 and we’ll happy to show you some examples of recent projects where we have converted PSD files into bespoke WordPress themes.

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