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idchlife1605yUnfortunately, if it's not impossible (e.g.: style system alert popup or style native selects in mobile devices (it's impossible, they are defined by OS itself, not the page), I have one simple phrase:
It's your job.
If you picked up difficult framework/solution to implement, it's your problem.
If you are given task and it's possible to implement it: it's your job.
Hell, if for task implementation you need to write plain JS or use jQuery within Angular/React - it's ok as long as it does the job done.
Anyway, in the future you can talk with designer and tell him/her what is really possible/not possible in the web world, if there is such problem with him/her not knowing basic webpage rules.
Also, in the future you may want to refuse to do such tasks, if it's within your jurisdiction to decline them.
it's amazing the money spent on design that it's very hard/expensive to implement.
People spend a lot A LOT on graphic design done completely without taking into account the underlying technology, and after they pretend a poor programmer will implement it in no time, tested, responsive, usable and good looking for any kind of data and working.
And be sure that if will not come out right or in time, it will be your fault.
Graphic designer MUST speak with developers.
Like architects must speak with engineers if they don't want things falling, and also with bricklayers.
But yeah, developers? last in the food chain
Did the designer also design mobile? If not, its up to your imagination otherwise just do it