When placing a guide pay particular attention to the buttons. If they are placed vertically on the page, you will align the guideline to the buttons. On the left side of the buttons, you will place vertical guides separating the text area and repeat for each button. Now you will place the vertical and horizontal guidelines which will border the logo. Next, place the guides in accordance to the placement of the images in the layout. You may place one guide between the images to divide them into two parts if the images are large. If you keep a large image, it will increase the file size and minimize accessibility. Since your goal is an easily accessible website, you will want to slice the images. When placing the remaining guides, pay close attention to the color combination and effects within the layout. Guidelines can be placed to cut the tagline are into two parts or to differentiate colors and effects.
When all of your guides are in place, save the layout using the File-Save option. On the bottom of the tool palette, you will see an icon that says “Jump to default graphics editor application”. Click on this icon which will allow you to move quickly between Photoshop and Image Ready. You can transfer your applications between Photoshop and Image Ready in order to edit them without closing the application. If you updated a file in one of the applications, it can be automatically updated in the other application using this feature.