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Structure from Design
Once you have the basic idea of what you want on your site, you can begin to construct the structure.
Keep in mind that the structure is not styling.
You need to give some thought to how the page should be structured.
Think of not being able to see the site, but to have a screen reader read the site. Screen readers read in the normal flow of HTML regardless of where items are placed on the screen with CSS.
What information would be read first?
What is least important and should be placed last?
Construct the basic structure to match how things should be read by a screen reader and not how they should be laid out on the page.
For this page, the audio controller might be placed first (so that it could be turned off and not interfere with a screen reader), then the slide content then the navigation arrows and finally the navigation. On other sites the navigation might come before the content so someone won't have to read the whole content of the page to get to the navigation, but there should be a link to skip to the content.