Categories: Design Artifacts
A document handed off to developers to ensure that designs are made according to specifications. “Redline” refers to the literal guides, which are often red lines, within a document that communicate exact spacing, margin, etc.
Many teams require redline documents because developers may not have the design programs – nor want to use them – to interpret the intended output of the design.
There are now many tools that help automate this process of creating specs and redline documents, like Zeplin and Avocode.« Back to Glossary Index