SIGIA-L Mail Archives: RE: SIGIA-L: generating site maps
RE: SIGIA-L: generating site maps
From: Brown, Robert (Robert.Brown_at_lot21.com)
Date: Mon Jan 29 2001 - 18:54:25 EST
Could it be that Concept draw is the only Mac equivalent to Visio?
From: Lisa Kleinman [mailto:lisa.kleinman_at_propel.com]
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2001 3:04 PM
To: 'Andrew Hinton'; sigia-l
Subject: RE: SIGIA-L: generating site maps
I've just downloaded the demo version and have just played around with a
couple of the features -- how is this program better than Visio?
From: Andrew Hinton [mailto:ahinton_at_symetri.com]
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2001 1:24 PM
To: Woodall, Julie; 'Erin Malone'; cchalmers_at_i-storm.com; sigia-l
Subject: Re: SIGIA-L: generating site maps
a little rought right now, but 2.0 is on the horizon and will rock. it is
cross-platform, very powerful.
Here's what Woodall, Julie at jwoodall_at_proxicom.com said on 1/23/01 6:30 AM:
> hello all,
> when developing a site from scratch, we often use illustrator to create
> it seems like such a long process and thought there must be a faster way
> generate one.
> does any one have a different means of doing them?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Erin Malone [mailto:erin_at_emdezine.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2001 2:19 AM
> To: cchalmers_at_i-storm.com; sigia-l_at_asis.org
> Subject: Re: SIGIA-L: Visio Question
> In VISIO 2000 -
> You can make an item on the page the way you want - then just drag that
> (grouped) onto your stencil palette. It is now a master item that can be
> dropped into any drawing. To edit the item select edit in the mini-menu on
> the stencil palette and this changes the mode - then double click the item
> to edit it. This worked for me but there may be an easier way to do iot
> since I discovered this through trial and error.
> erin malone | EM Design | Information Architect | User Interface Design
> http://www.emdezine.com | erin_at_emdezine.com
> "design is a good idea" - emigre magazine
> on 1/22/01 3:20 PM, Craig Chalmers at cchalmers_at_i-storm.com wrote:
>> This may be pretty basic to most of you guys, but I am having a tough
>> figuring this thing out. We are delivering over twenty "page
>> for a client that is constantly requesting changes to the layout. Many
>> these requests entail global changes to all of the 'architectures'
>> main nav, etc.). I would like to make a stencil that contains these
>> elements so that I can make a change once to the 'master' stencil and
>> the changes reflected in all of the documents.
>> I am sure this is possible, but not sure how to do it. Can anyone help
>> Craig Chalmers
>> Information Architect
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