• Travis VocinoTravis Vocino, over 9 years ago (edited over 9 years ago )

    This is a good idea, Sam.

    This sort of concept is something I employ on the code side of my work. I could see this evolving into the rubocop of PSD work. Similarly, I think it would be interesting to come up with a community-driven open style guide for what designers deliver and what developers (or whoever) working with those PSDs want to receive.

    Establishing this kind of language could be very useful. I'm interested in collaborating on such a project. If you think I might be of some help, hit me up!

    3 points
  • Justin EdmundJustin Edmund, over 9 years ago

    Beware letting the creator storing all of your PSDs of unreleased work on their server. Be careful what you upload!

    (Not that this is happening, but it could, and you might not want to risk it if you're uploading work work)

    2 points
  • Petter Nilsson, over 9 years ago

    I guess you've already seen the service I built and released back in September. For everyone else: http://www.psdvalidator.com

    1 point
  • Chris De La FuenteChris De La Fuente, over 9 years ago

    This is really awesome, I started doing freelance work at this company and no one keeps their PSDs organized... finally something to show them the errors of their ways.

    1 point
  • Andrew McCarthyAndrew McCarthy, over 9 years ago

    I think something's up with the DNS here in Europe.. been seeing this since posted: http://cl.ly/image/3U1v0s2u1a1h

    0 points
  • Alex MartinezAlex Martinez, over 9 years ago

    nice work sam! glad to see ohio university representing.

    how does it work with uploading PSDs? are they stored somewhere/do you have access to them or are they just used for grading and then tossed?

    0 points
  • Alexander CollinAlexander Collin, over 9 years ago

    Tried with the sample-PSD.

    Why are you failing that poor PSD for having 8 different font sizes?

    0 points
  • Roy AbbinkRoy Abbink, over 9 years ago

    Your PSD is a100% A

    0 points
  • Javin LadishJavin Ladish, over 9 years ago

    Seems silly that you would get a worser grade just because your PSD has many fonts and font sizes used.

    Who is PSD Grade to say that my project doesn't need many different fonts and font sizes?

    0 points
  • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, over 9 years ago

    I’m seeing an error:

    The domain that you are trying to use does not exist. Please click on one of the links below to help find your site.

    Hopefully an easy fix? (I don’t think it’s my end?)

    0 points
  • Jonathan ShariatJonathan Shariat, over 9 years ago

    VERY great concept. Although it needs work. I keep getting 125% even on my worst PSDs.

    I think this idea could be really useful if seen through. To keep you or your team honest about creating good PSDs in a measurable way.

    0 points
  • deleted account, over 9 years ago

    www prefix doesn't seem to work, site is http://psdgrade.com/

    0 points