My website's bootstrap-based theme is styled using custom LESS code. Styles have already been coded for most of the website, but the input fields created by a form builder plugin have not yet been styled with LESS, and they currently look rather ugly. A professional graphic designer has created .PSD (Photoshop) files showing the expected design of all of the different kinds of input fields and form structures. This job is to add style definitions to the existing LESS code so that they website's forms (and all associated labels, inputs, messages, errors, etc.) exactly match the design from the .PSD (Photoshop) files.
See https://www.edifyhub.com/form-formatting-sample/ for the actual form HTML that will be styled. The goal is not to match the form fields on the .PSD files, but to make each control on that HTML page match the style of the corresponding type of control in the .PSD files.
There were questions I had for the designer regarding certain details of the implementation, so I expect questions from the LESS developer as well. I will answer all questions within 24 hours.