Most Web Applications consist of two main components:
- User Interface Design
- Database Design
Designing the User Interface.
Based on your blue print you should know what you want to present.
Put related information close to each other. Data on the page needs to be related and although it may need to be saved in a few different database tables, needs to be interconnected.
Navigation from page to page needs to be made as easy as possible. If application’s web pages are required to have common headings, master pages will become handy.
However you decide to do your user interface, you will need to use a tool like the .NET environment. .NET environment will let you design your screen the way it makes sense to users. You will design your pages and then code the application so you can save screen data in your database.
The general advice would be to try to use a consistent way to save and retrieve your data so the job of replicating the same process would be easier.