WEB210 » 08a) Design Specifications & Visual Assets

Hey, You. Yes… YOU, Designer Person! You will need to show your Developer how to integrate that fabulous visual design you did into the protosite via Design Specifications (a.k.a. Style Guides) & Visual Assets for your project website.


  • You shall make Design Specifications (a.k.a Style Guides)  of your project’s a) Color Palette, b) Font Families, Sizing & Line Heights, etc. c) Page & Column Grid Widths, etc., d) Background & Content Images, and e) whatever else (within reason) your developer needs (e.g. you do not need to do their dishes).
  • You will also need to supply your developer with any Visual Assets (i.e. Logo File) to integrate into the protosite
  • A link to the “Design Specifications” & “Visual Assets” for your project website shall be posted on your Client Staging Area for Client and instructor review as your “Design Specifications & Visual Assets” assignment according to the class Schedule (Fall) or Schedule (Summer).



This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.


  1. Paige Fukuhara says:

    And rounding the late folks yet again…


    (sorry for the lateness, be nice to Katie, it’s all my fault it’s late).

    tusen takk!

  2. Luis Gamboa says:

    Hi Mike,

    Here is the link to our staging area for A8: DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS & VISUAL ASSETS


  3. Doreen Jones says:

    The link to our A9-Design Specifications has been posted to our staging area!




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