Three perspectives in viewing site

Three perspectives are used when structuring any site from scratch or part of a redesign:

  • Site-view – sets the overall structure and creates a blueprint of the site (sitemapping)
  • Page-view – presents and organizes copy, navigation, and visuals in a way that is logical and meaningful to the end user (wireframming)
  • User view – relationship between one page to the next including actions and task flows intended for visitors to follow. It also outlines paths and decision points from start to finish.

By max macapagal Posted in Posts

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