You've got your UI model built to a point where you can now start building pages. What do I need to build and where do I start? The nature of your UI model is going to determine some of this. If you've got the model to a decent point, then you may have a good idea of where to start, but I'll give you some rough guidelines anyway.
Create the basic template for your most standard page, which is usually your home page. Build the elements that are necessary to do that by extending the necessary elements in your UI model. The templates will have utilities and data, which be included as well.
From the basic template, create some pages. Those pages will require utilities and data as well. Those will be included. This is where the rubber meets the road, so the object model and access layer will be references too.
As more templates are need, create them. If you begin to notice similarities amongst the templates, create template base classes to deal with those similarities. If you notice pages with similarities, create page base classes to deal with that. Lastly, build and add any elements that are not in the UI model to the UI model.
Essentially, this is the end point in the process of getting your application up and running. There will be debugging. No doubt there will some little, or big, annoyances that you overlooked, but the application is all there. At this point, all your doing is tweaking. In a later post, I'll discuss what you do after you've got your application up and running.