Is there any issue with a graphic designer using a 2400px monitor and then a web developer coding their web design on a 1920px monitor, and it looking the same?
Say the artboard of the graphics file is 1920px wide.
The problem I'm having is a designer is telling me the sites she designs that I code don't look the same, and stuff is to big. Well she designed at 1920px wide, and I coded it at 1920px wide, but her monitor is 2400px wide, mine is 1920px wide. In my code, all the graphics match the pixels and fonts sizes in her file exactly. But the graphic designer says "It doesn't look the same". I asked her, did you design this at 100% view, and not zoomed out? And she says yes. Her artboard is 1920px wide. Why then is the exact coding of her design on a 1920px monitor look "zoomed in"?
The only reason I can see why there may a difference in her design and the final code look is she uses a mac retina display, and I'm using a normal 1920 pixel wide monitor. So what she designs will look bigger on any monitor not 2400px wide, since a monitor that is 2400 has more pixels?
Is my theory on this feasible? And if so, since 2400 is 480 x 5, and 1920 is 480 x 4, making a 20% difference, if I shrink her file down to 20% less than 1920 (which is 1536) will I see everything at 100% view the same exact size it appears on a 2400 pixel retina display?