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In more familiar terms, check out and identify parts
such as: header, footer, menu etc. These are the
most common elements found on a web page.
See how they are made, what they are made of
(e.g. borders, gradient backgrounds, etc .) and gather just
enough information to have the bigger picture.
Take a look at your design before you start to work;
analyze it, gather your information, and then start.
At this stage try to focus on the big parts, rather on
the small details. Don't forget those, but leave them
for later.
In Monoplate case have a look at how the header is
done: a left-to-right black-gradient bar, no?
How is the big picture going to look?
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