The folks at WPCoder have relaunched their site with a classy new design by Alvin Thong of Sixbase. Michael Castilla also describes their team as a “more personal and professional WordPress development team” now, rather than a simple PSD to WordPress team. The site redesign and relaunch is a part of their new goal, according to Dan Philibin:
If you remember the old site, with the machine and the modal boxes and the lovely brown background, you’ll immediately recognize that we’ve got a whole lot more to say than before. We’ve learned so much since we started back in September 2008. As you can see, we are starting to take some of those new ideas and improvements into action to make WPCoder the best WordPress development service on the ‘net.
For the bulk of the last three years, the WPCoder design portrayed them as a PSD to WordPress service, as you can see in the redesign comparison image just after the jump. According to their relaunch blog post they are aiming their sights a bit higher this year.
One fun fact for WPCandy superfans: Castilla and his team previously ran the show here at WPCandy, before I took over after he decided to focus on WPCoder. Good people over there.
What do you think of their relaunch, and their new direction? Are you more interested in working with a professional WordPress development team over a PSD conversion service?