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A lot of people ask me what process I use to design themes for WordPress, and my answer to that question is the same answer I give to people who ask my design process “in general”: I start with a Photoshop mockup and take it into HTML via Dreamweaver.  The only difference is that I (quite literally) drop WordPress code in at the last minute, and separate a SINGLE .html file into .php files (header.php, sidebar.php, footer.php, and index.php).

So, to shed some insight into my process (and the process of creating a WordPress theme in general), I’m going to let you in on the creation of a theme for one of my current clients, Pray With Africa:

Read More at below link:

http://www.studionashvegas.com/old-posts/creating-a-wordpress-theme-from-a-psd-file-part-1-background/

http://www.studionashvegas.com/old-posts/creating-a-wordpress-theme-from-a-psd-file-part-2-photoshop-file-to-html/

http://www.studionashvegas.com/old-posts/creating-a-wordpress-theme-from-a-psd-file-part-3-the-wordpress-structure/

http://www.studionashvegas.com/old-posts/creating-a-wordpress-theme-from-a-psd-file-part-4-headerphp/

http://www.studionashvegas.com/old-posts/creating-a-wordpress-theme-from-a-psd-file-part-5-footerphp/

Source: Studionashvegas.com