(First, I wanna say, I'm not a native English guy, so sorry about my English. If there has something you don't understand or any syntax error, please point it out, thanks advance ;-)
So I'm a graphic designer, recently I start working on website design projects, I'm totally a newbie in this field. But here is the problem, I'm really have no idea how to set the website pages width. This is a portfolio site, the client is in interior industry, it's almost a static website, and all design in photoshop. So I prefer to know your tips for fix-width? I have searched and most answers are 1024px for page width? Currently my page width is 1440px, is this too large? My client said it's look large on her notebook, so I'm not sure how should I do. I also have asked others they said 1368px is common. In addition, I don't code, only design, and only design in PSD currently.
So question 1: could you please give my some ideas? and how to describe this part with developer/coder?
Btw, about the interact part, how do you explain the interactive part for your developer(assuming you don't use code, and any other interact prototype tools)? (things like the Nav bar menu button changed to another shape when clicked etc.) I mean I'm also don't know how to do interact part now(just learning tho), but in my current website page, I have added some interactive effect for menu button, so do you know how to explain this to developer so they can understand what kinds of effect I want to achive? Is there any other way except make a interact prototype(because this page already not in initial phase(not wireframe and prototype), it almost finished)? If I write the interact process in words file, does this help? I know it's too old school, but I have no time to learn a interact design now.
So question 2: how to explain this interact process and effect to developer?
Questions 3: As well as some tips for web font and image used, that more helpful.
Hope these stupid questions won't make you boring =-), I'm just a totally start in web so I'm a little confused.
Thanks so much, I'm really appreciate!