Site maps

June 5, 2008

“The site map documents the web site’s pages. It also includes the relationship of the pages to each other, any interaction between pages, and a number of other facts that change from project to project, including, potentially, what pages have templates, what pages are dynamic, and what pages are user created. It is typically formed of two parts: organization [site] documentation and interaction documentation. When documenting the organization information, concentrate on presenting key hierarchical and sibling relationships and documenting what pages will exist.”

From: Wodtke, Christina (2003), Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web, Berkeley, CA: New Riders


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