All that you need is a good design handoff tool.
Design handoff takes place when requirements have been met and prototypes have been tested. The design is handed off to developers to start coding. It’s like a relay race, designers are about to finish their work and pass the baton to developers.
As designers and developers are trying to complete completely two different stages of product building. They don’t understand each other very well. Normally, designers don’t have too much perception about coding. At the same time, developers don’t have too much knowledge about the design process.
Here, I would like to recommend such a tool for you. It’s called Mockplus Cloud.
Mockplus Could is an all-in-one collaboration and handoff tool for designers and developers to prototype, collaborate and handoff designs in one place.
Designers can easily import wireframes, hi-fi prototypes and other visual designers directly from Sketch, PhotoShop, Adobe XD and figma. And all the related design specs, such as design spacing, measurements, assets and code snippets, are automatically generated.
So, they can directly handoff everything to developer with a single link.
Developers can also join with a link, inspect designs, view code snippets and download assets with simple clicks. All resources can be auto tailored to the platform you’re developing for.
When projects have been linked with design systems, developers can even check variable names of different colors, fonts and other components with ease. It fastens the developing process.
Here are key features of Mockplus Cloud:
Import designs with assets from Sketch, Adobe XD, PhotoShop and figma;
Upload prototypes from Axure, Justinmind, Mockplus and documents;
3.Create UI flow and interactive prototypes with drag-and-drop;
4.Comment, review, test and iterate designs with simple clicks;
5.Inspect, copy and download design specs, assets, code snippets with one click;
It connects design and engineering closely.
Hopefully, this helps.