SIGIA-L Mail Archives: RE: [Sigia-l] Site maps for web apps, vs for content sites?
RE: [Sigia-l] Site maps for web apps, vs for content sites?
Entirely off-thread but I thought the perception of size was interesting.
To me, less than 1000 pages is small (less than 200 is teeny) and it doesn't get large
until about 10,000, massive isn't until at least 40,000 (and then they have to be messy,
No wonder I think differently ;) No wonder I can never figure out how you all represent
a site with a diagramatic site map.
On 10 Feb 2006 at 10:02, Stewart Dean wrote:
> >From: "Jonathan Baker-bates" <Jonathan.Baker-bates_at_framfab.com>
> I tend to work on medium to large sties (not massive - less than 1000 pages)
> and my question to you is, how can you create a site without have a map
> showing it's organisation. You have support, products, solutions, contact us
> etc - they are stay in the same place and have the same structure running
> off from them - it's hirachical. Add to that a layer of contextual
> navigation and flows for applications (both can be show in the site map if
> you want to show how everything works together although seperation adds
> clarity of detail if not overview).
> So, in short, how do you architect a site without a site map?
> Stewart Dean
Maadmob Interaction Design
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