Organizing and Navigating Web Content
In This Chapter
Pre-wireframing to establish content zones
Wireframing to map out content and interaction detail
Presenting content on the page
Indicating Flash interaction in wireframe storyboards
Designing navigation options
The Web is a unique communication tool — it’s not like the telephone, TV, books, or marketing brochures. People’s interactions with websites are different: They click buttons and links, access drop-down menus, fill out forms, and interact with animation, audio, and video. For that reason, designing a user interface for the Web that simulates other media — to look and function like a book, for example — wastes the capabilities of interactive media.
As a web designer or manager, your biggest challenge is to think through ...