Converting a Design Prototype to a WordPress Website
Step 1: Preparation
The first step is to prepare your materials. If you are a Photoshop user, go to the File section and click on the 'Save for Web and Devices' option. A new dialogue box will appear. Now, choose the 2-Up option and you see your image beside the original.
If you compare, you will see a low file size occupying only a minute space in the download storage. Thus, this option enhances the loading time of a page since it keeps the file size, low.
If you ask us, we prefer using PNG 24 as it provides better image quality even when the file is reduced to less MB. Apart from that, it is also quite efficient in handling transparency. Coming to the quality level, we prefer sticking to 40 and 60 values. We don't prefer high values as it tends to make the image-heavy.
For the logos and icons, SVG files are our recommendation. This is because the latest Elementor version permits uploading these files.
Once you are done making these settings, all you are left with is allocating them with a unique name and saving them in a web-ready image destination. But before you go for this step, create a new folder for your images and keep them stacked in order and also create a preset.
Step 2: Translate the Design to Elementor
The second step to convert the PSD to WordPress template (https://autusdigital.com/
Step 3: Repeating the Process
Once you are done with the above steps, you can now save widgets as global. Besides, you can also duplicate sections and save an entire page as templates. What's more? You can avoid recreating these elements all over again.
You can use the Style tab and apply margins, blur, padding, box-shadow, effects, spacing, width, typography, and much more and construct your prototype more effectively. After that, revise through all the steps above, make any corrections if needed, and showcase your final design prototype in WordPress.