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When developing a website in Adobe XD measurements are bigger than expected in the design

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Nov 12, 2020

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Hi! I have a huge problem. I had to design a website based in another one, so I made a screenshot of this other web so I can have it as a base, (my screen is 1920x1080). I made a 1920x1080 document in adobe XD and pasted the screenshot there. Then I designed my website following the sizes of the elements of the screenshot and everything seemed fine. BUT. When I sent the developers link to the programmer, and he began coding it, we had the surprise that everything seemed MUCH BIGGER that expected, around 25% bigger. He followed all the measurements in the prototype so it was not his fault. I am new to adobe XD and I really don't understand what had happened and what should I do to solve it. Can anyone help, please?

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When developing a website in Adobe XD measurements are bigger than expected in the design

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Hi! I have a huge problem. I had to design a website based in another one, so I made a screenshot of this other web so I can have it as a base, (my screen is 1920x1080). I made a 1920x1080 document in adobe XD and pasted the screenshot there. Then I designed my website following the sizes of the elements of the screenshot and everything seemed fine. BUT. When I sent the developers link to the programmer, and he began coding it, we had the surprise that everything seemed MUCH BIGGER that expected, around 25% bigger. He followed all the measurements in the prototype so it was not his fault. I am new to adobe XD and I really don't understand what had happened and what should I do to solve it. Can anyone help, please?

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A lot of variables in play here. Double check that the dev's browser is not zoomed it. I have seen issues where they have it zoomed in and forget about it. Then look at one element, a title or something. Use the browser's devtools to see the entire CSS that is being applied. That might be the clue you need to solve this.

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A lot of variables in play here. Double check that the dev's browser is not zoomed it. I have seen issues where they have it zoomed in and forget about it. Then look at one element, a title or something. Use the browser's devtools to see the entire CSS that is being applied. That might be the clue you need to solve this.

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