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[Share]-Design doesn't look as intended in XD

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Jan 29, 2020

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The default display settings for my windows laptop are set to 125% and 16px on chrome doesn't look the same on XD because of the scaling effect (16px on XD and 16*1.25 =20px on chrome). So, when I'm designing on a 1920x1080 artboard, do I scale everything to 125% or leave it to 100%?

 

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The default display settings for my windows laptop are set to 125% and 16px on chrome doesn't look the same on XD because of the scaling effect (16px on XD and 16*1.25 =20px on chrome). So, when I'm designing on a 1920x1080 artboard, do I scale everything to 125% or leave it to 100%?

 

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Are developers need to download your assets? I think it depends on you task. If you are showing only mookup you can keep 100% or use full screen mode. 

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Jan 29, 2020

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Yes, the developers need to download the assets. For example, a 24px icon looks v small on a 1920x1080 artboard but when the same icon is looked upon in chrome, it looks enlarged because of the scaling and looks pleasing to the eye. So while designing on a 1920x1080 artboard, should I enlarge the logo from 24px to 30px or keep it the same for showing the mockup to the stakeholders? 

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Jan 31, 2020

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Usualy images in browser has been loaded from original file and then have been resized in CSS or HTML code. You can try to dowload them by yourself and check their size. 

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