What’s a wireframe? Why do you need it?

11/29/2010
A “wireframe” is a simple sketch or schematic diagram representing the content and functionality of a single web page. A set of multiple wireframes representing an entire intranet becomes the prototype, or model of the site to come. [More]

Sketch out the big picture with a site map

4/5/2010
When most people hear the phrase “site map,” they think of a page on an existing web site with a long list of links to everything available on it. In web design circles, a “site map” is a schematic drawing or blueprint of the intended site. [More]