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Chapter 4. Involving Customers with Iter... > Site Maps, Storyboards, and Schemati...

Site Maps, Storyboards, and Schematics

Typically, early in the design and prototyping phases you develop three kinds of design artifacts: site maps, storyboards, and schematics. A site map is a high-level diagram showing the overall structure of a site (see Figures 4.4 and 4.5). It is used primarily to reflect an understanding of the information structure or architecture of the site as it is being built and, to a limited extent, the navigation structure, or flow through the site.

Figure 4.4. A site map is a high-level diagram that depicts the overall organization of a site. This site map shows the structure of a Web site that helps people find online deals and electronic coupons. The set of pages on the right represent a NAVIGATION BAR (K2) that is available on every page.



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