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Ensure a smooth hand-over between design and development with the design checklist

This design checklist is meant as a basis for exchanging assets between the designer and developer. Especially in a non-agile setting, this list can help with a smooth hand-over between design and front-end development. The list contains the most important points that might otherwise be overlooked or deemed unimportant. It is in no way meant as a complete list and might be updated when browsers, devices or specifications, etc. change.

The checkboxes won't uncheck when you refresh or close the tab. This makes the list easy to use over a longer period of time.

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One more thing..

If you have checked all the boxes in this list, you're good to go and you can hand you're assets over to development. However, there's one more thing you might want to pay attention to: naming your assets. Using naming conventions ensures consistency and makes sure that files are easy to find. Some things to keep in mind when naming your assets:

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