I am not an expert web developer, and I have to deal with a graphic designer on a web project. The designer does the graphical layout for everything in the website. The designer uses Illustrator and not Photoshop.
My problem is that the images I get from the designer are always too large that I have to resize them, while I am not really supposed to. I think it is the designer’s job to give me all images read to use. Whenever I point this out to the graphic designer, he says that on his Mac laptop, the design looks fine on a 100% zoom, which looks normal. But when I try the same images on my development PC, I see them very huge.
What do I ask the designer to do? Do I give him a certain size to work on, and if yes, what is that size? Or is there a certain benchmark that he should follow while working on Illustrator for Mac? I don’t know what actually the problem is.