Chop Chop PSD to HTML Review

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If you search for PSD to HTML services in Google, you’ll easily find enough services to make your head spin. Many claim to be the best. Many claim to be the cheapest. Claims are one thing: backing them up with real work as proof is something else entirely.

Well today I’m here to provide some proof for Chop Chop, a design to HTML shop that specializes in high-quality, hand-coded, cross-browser compatible HTML and CSS markup. After researching as many PSD to HTML companies as I could, I recently hired Chop Chop to handle the markup of a recent DailyTekk redesign.

I was very, very impressed with Chop Chop from pre-hire through post-follow-up.

Excellent Customer Service

Before I get into the quality and expertise of Chop Chop, I want to mention their customer service. Because nothing else matters if a company you work with has poor or non-existent customer service. In my mind it’s THE main distinguisher when it comes to service oriented jobs.

Chop Chop has excellent customer service. Before I had even hired them, they attentively and patiently addressed my questions to ensure I was comfortable with what I would be purchasing. This thoroughness carried through from project start until project end (and even after the project was technically completed).

Although they work from the opposite site of the globe (DailyTekk is based in the USA and Chop Chop is based in Poland), they were very responsive both in terms of communication and in terms of getting actual work done and changes made in a timely manner.

Every email a Chop Chop representative sent me was detailed, to-the-point and—importantly—quite friendly. I can truly say it was a joy communicating with their team.

Capable Markup and Technical Skills

I would say that the work I hired Chop Chop to complete was not “typical.” It was more than a simple template and I’m quite sure they have never been asked to do something quite like we asked them to do: create a social voting system that ran purely on WordPress and integrated into the rest of the site.

Chop Chop didn’t even blink when we described the project which is one trait I really appreciate about their shop: you can ask for something and they’ll make it happen. You don’t have to worry about whether or not they can get it done—you can count on them being able to get ...

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