Design to Developer Guide and Checklist

I believe that it is a thing of the past that a graphic designer can hand over stale, pixel-perfect pages to a frontend developer whose responsibility was to “implement” the design. We now make design systems consisting of smaller components, laid out in compositions that come with multiple possible states out of the box. More often than not, these components have to be resilient to user-generated input, which means that the sooner you introduce live content into the process, the better. A frontend developer’s responsibility isn’t to reproduce the vision of a graphic designer’s; it’s to maneuver a complex field of how browsers render HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, making sure that the user interfaces are responsive, accessible and performant.

Knut Melvær: (Structured Content Done Right)