A graphic designer has finished the design portion of a large web project my team and I will be developing. (Only jpegs were sent.)
I will be responsible for all implementation of the design, including CSS.
The designer did not send the necessary information I need to implement the css, and I don't have the knowledge or vocabulary to communicate effectively enough to know what I'm asking for.
It's not a style guide - that brings up a whole bunch of theoretical academia in a google when searching for an example. It's not a style sheet, because that's what I'm creating from the designs, and using that term I was reminded that that was my responsibility.
If there is one, what is the word I'm looking for when asking for the information about font sizes, font families, misc typography, colors, link colors, hover colors, image sizes and ratios, etc.
If there is not a formal word for this in the design industry, how can I communicate clearly what I need rather than 100s of back and forth emails each time it's time to style a new element?
Also, I was trying to find a reference to such a sheet online. I have come across them now and then when reviewing pre-made templates. If you have a link to such a reference, please share.