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PSDFAN And SnobbySlice Now Offer Coding!

First Things First

I don’t want to start this post on a negative note, but I feel that I owe you guys an explanation as to where I’ve been these last two weeks. Due to a combination of unforeseen circumstances posting has been near impossible for the past fortnight. I’ve had no internet in my new place due to the phone company being incredibly slow, and to add to this I’ve caught the flu (no not swine)! As a result I’ve been lying on the sofa trying to recover, rather than being able to publish all of the great tutorials that I’ve got lined up for the awesome community here.

Now The Real News!

Now to the news that I’m really excited about. I’m happy to announce that PSDFAN now offer a great coding service, after teaming up with industry leaders SnobbySlice.

You can view the service here.

I know a lot of people who have worked with SnobbySlice in the past, and I also know why they are considered one of the best coding services in the world. They offer flexible requirements, fast turnaround times, and great customer service. Furthermore, they offer a range of services from WordPress to Myspace pages, and of course regular XHTML pages, with standards compliant coding.

After discussing things with Tyler, the owner of SnobbySlice, we decided that a partnership would allow me to bring this awesome service to the fantastic community here at PSDFAN. I know from experience that many designers simply don’t know how to code well (I’m one of them!). Therefore, I thought that many of you may find this service useful, and best of all trustworthy, as it comes with my full recommendation.

You can order your coding job here!

Please let me know how you find the service, and I’ll be doing everything I can do help provide you guys with great results.

Upcoming Content

As I mentioned earlier in this post, I am unfortunately ill at the moment. However, I’m on the road to recovery, and have some really great content lined up for PSDFAN. You can look forward to some awesome tutorials (I know there haven’t been enough of these lately), inspirational posts, and interviews with top designers. Stay tuned!

About the Author:

Tom is the founder of PSDFAN. He loves writing tutorials, learning more about design and interacting with the community. On a more interesting note he can also play guitar hero drunk with his teeth.

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  1. Tanya says:

    Just wish you to recover as fast as possible first of all, and thank you for today’s news!

  2. Tom says:

    Thanks guys. I’m feeling almost better now, and also have internet in my house now, so posting should pick up again in the next couple of days!

  3. rich says:

    great news

    To be great at web designer you really do need strong knowledge of both design and coding. They must be treated as binary opposition’s, each one cant survive with out the other.

  4. Sam Logan says:

    Looks like a great service for anyone who isn’t a 100% with their coding skills. I hope you are feeling better now Tom and I’m looking forward to seeing some of the new content you have lined up.

  5. rebel says:

    Are you doing the coding and designing Tom?

  6. rebel says:

    Also there is an error with you comment dates!

    Wrong dates showing.

  7. Tom says:

    Rich: I agree a good knowledge is required for a designer to work well with a developer, a designer with zero knowledge of code won’t produce usable web designs.

    Sam: Thanks, luckily I’m finally better! :) There’s plenty of great content lined up. After recovering I’m finally getting back on top of it all.

    Rebel: I’m not coding myself, but more helping to coordinate the projects and offer this great service to my visitors. Thanks a lot for pointing out the comment dates, I’ll get that fixed today hopefully. Can’t believe I missed that one!

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