Once you have your website designed in photoshop, the next thing to do is to turn that design into HTML and then turn it into a custom WordPress Theme. This process involves breaking up the PSD file (Photoshop standard format) into it’s constituent layers and building a cross browser compatible and compliant WordPress theme. We would also add any custom post types and taxonomies needed to achieve the layout required.
This product is limited to two distinct template layouts – a homepage and an inside page for example. We can discuss your requirements if you need further layouts. A PSD file can be used to store designs for multiple pages, allowing you to keep all your designs together.
The deliverable will be a ZIP file with a theme inside that you can upload to your site using either FTP or the theme upload system built into WordPress and it should require configuration only for the menu, widgets and perhaps some theme options (via an admin interface).
If you would like your design to be responsive, meaning that it will be created to make it look great on mobile devices and tablets, then this can be added as an option.