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Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010: Creating and Implementing Real-World Projects by Christian Buckley Jennifer Mason Brian T. Jackett, and Wes Preston

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Designing the Solution

Now that the requirements have been identified, it is time to translate them into a working SharePoint site design. The first step includes reviewing some of our design decisions. (Remember when reviewing them that this is a sample chapter and the design decisions within your environment could vary.) Following the review of the design decisions, wireframes will be created to show the overall look of the site. Wireframes are a great tool for getting a project’s business stakeholders to understand what the final solution will look like. A picture can be worth a thousand words, so this is one of the most important steps in building out the site design. The project’s business stakeholders are required to approve the wireframes ...

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