Illustrate the hierarchy of your app or website with a visual Site Map
A site map visualizes an app or website’s structure in order to show the hierarchical relationship between that site’s pages, and provide a clear overview of its content.
Sitemaps are an essential discussion, planning, collaboration, and reference point for Information Architects, UX Designers, Content Strategists, Business Analysts, Developers, and Marketing Teams; they can also be used as a public-facing navigation aid.
By mapping out the holistic relationship between a site’s individual pages, teams can identify structural issues – and potential causes of user friction – like overlap, duplication, dead-ends, and unnecessary tiers of information.
Your team can also use the same Moqups diagramming tools to visualize other elements of information architecture, including taxonomies, navigation flows, and storyboards.
Select from our sitemap templates and customize them to reflect your site’s structure:
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And your diagrams and flowcharts don’t have to remain in a silo. You can quickly link them to other visual assets like wireframes, mockups, charts, and graphs – all within the same Moqups project!
Moqups lets your team create their own workflow – and go where the project takes them – by removing the blocks, barriers, and obstacles of single-purpose apps.