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I have the following wire frame for our homepage. I would like to know what page to start with (wiki, web part pages as I am planning on list for news, announces, frequently used links and external links, and free time web part). New to branding. Any help would be appreciated.

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Version of SharePoint? – David Lozzi May 29 '13 at 20:32
SharePoint 2010 – Brittany Leigh May 30 '13 at 12:06

This is what I would recommend you

  • You should start planning your css and what you want to change.
  • Try to get a Front developer with experience in styles in sharepoint because you will be ahead of the game.
  • If you are using VS 2012 to develop your solutions be sure to deploy first Lists Projects, then webparts, the Master pages (layouts, styles, etc) and finally Pages.

Hope this helps

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I got the layout concepts using SP Designer. I dont want to use visual studio method. Can you tell me how to create look and feel for the list (like I posted in the OP)? – Brittany Leigh May 30 '13 at 13:01
Hi. I wouldn't recommend you using SP designer 2013 because they have removed the design view. In any case, use SP designer 2010 because I think is easier to use. Check this link out because I think that you have there all you need.… – Alvmad May 30 '13 at 13:43

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