- Diagramming & Modeling
- Website Structure Diagram
Website Structure Diagram
Uses of Website Structure Diagrams
Making a website or app is a complex task. Designers, content managers, and web developers come together to build a site architecture and user experience that serves a target audience. This can be difficult without the right tools, which is why we created the Website Structure Diagram for easy visual mapping.
During or after the initial wireframing stages, you can use sample page mockups to model the user flow through a website. The resulting website structure can be used to:
- Plan and document site layout
- Analyze customer journeys
- Optimize UX and conversion paths
- Visualize design workflows
- Get buy-in from stakeholders
Creating a website that’s straightforward and intuitive to navigate increases the chances that you’ll get the conversions you’re seeking. Our Website Structure Diagram offers a simple layout to speed up the process. Sign up for Cacoo to try it today!
How to create your own Website Structure Diagram
Open the Website Structure Diagram in Cacoo to get started.
Now, compare the template elements to your project requirements to decide what mockup pages you want to keep. Remove any unnecessary elements.
Start customizing the template to fit your desired website structure. For example, you can edit the menu to display the correct page options or duplicate existing pages.
Rearrange the page mockups to fit your site navigation. Aim to keep the diagram as clean and uncluttered as possible.
Redraw the arrows to map the page flow. The navigational paths should be easy for anyone to follow and understand.
Finally, share the diagram, and get your team to pitch in. Feedback and collaboration are your greatest resources for perfecting a website structure diagram.