Hi, I'm new to the UI / UX world. My question is when we create models for desktop / mobile applications, is there some kind of standardized symbol that you use to communicate with developers to get fluid designs?
Sometimes you want the developers to make a fluid design, otherwise, they will simply take the exact number of zepplin width, for example
How do you represent a design similar to the css flex box,
Is there any standardization / standardization line that we can use to translate "there are 3 columns, the first and the second have a fixed width and the third will remember".
or something like: "take the entire row and put the 3 children in a spaced distribution"
In the Android studio there are some kind of those symbols.
As you can see, they use a spring as a space between the fluids and a continuous line as a fixed space. But I do not know if there is a formal one.