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At this point, I've done a little playing around in Photoshop to finish up what will be our final homepage design. This file as you see it is available in the exercise files and if you don't have access to those it's available as a free exercise file on the course page. So you can see it's a little different than where we ended off. There is an extra product down here and the sidebar has been fleshed out a little bit with articles that come from an external source. So this is going to be kind of a final design for our homepage.
This is actually where we're going to stop with Photoshop. Now, we could think about what's the blog going to look like, what are these sub-pages going to look like, and we are going to need to think about those things, but we have what we need to start moving into HTML and CSS and start fleshing out a structure and getting that stuff ready and as we're doing that, that might inform what the rest of those pages would look like. If we need to come back to Photoshop, we can, but we have what we need to basically wing it as far as creating sub-pages from here on out.
That's just how I like to work. Get a good structure, get it looking good in Photoshop, but then as soon as you can, start moving onto those next steps and if you need to come back to Photoshop, you can.
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