It is now easy to identify the overall web design after building the blueprint of your website (i.e., the sitemap and wireframes). Your existing branding elements—color palette, font styles, graphics, logo, and so on—have a big influence on the design of your website.
The design hand-off to the development team is also an important step in the design phase. A successful website design and development project requires effective designer-developer teamwork.
Here are a few things to think about before the design hand-off:
Brand style guide: This provides uniformity in all of your design elements as they relate to and maintain your brand identity. The colour scheme specifications, font guides (styles and sizes), iconography, logo variables, imagery styles, and so on are all included in the guide.
Prototypes and screenflows: Prototypes are mockups of the actual web design that allow developers to understand the navigation, interactions, gestures, and intended user behaviour of your online design. Screenflows also assist developers in understanding how specific features function and interact with the rest of the design.
Design assets include things like your prototype, screenflows, icons, and images, to mention a few.. When submitting your design assets, be sure to specify a consistent naming system for your design files to facilitate a smoother cooperation when development begins.