UX Designers

Perhaps one could boldly say that at the dawn of UX the first deliverable ever made was the mild-mannered Sitemap. It was useful then, and it is useful now...maybe more than ever.

// Use-Case #14802


Having a long spreadsheet of links or xml files are no longer very useful to capture the full picture of a digital product, unless you are a robot. Us humans are highly visually cognitive creatures, and need to make sense of things with our eyes.

You need to see the structure in the full context of the content and data in order to precipitate the observations, conclusions, and discoveries you need to innovate on.

Today using VisualSitemaps as your new ‘flashlight’ you are able to:

+ Run a full visual audit from small 50 page corporate sites (in minutes) up to +50,000 pages in just a few hours.

+ See how many of those pages are no longer existing (404).

+ Export the full sitemap as a PDF.

+ Share the full interactive map with anyone.

Future Features on our Roadmap:

Share It Anywhere

Easily share the map with your team and clients with just one click.

Create different teams for different projects.

Export as PDF >
Import into Sketch

Print your map as a PDF or Import and customize it more in Sketch. Watch How>

+ Export as CSV & JSON.

Sitemap Redesign

Create an optimized sitemap based on the original.

Drag ‘n drop for easy resculpting and add new sections with ease.

{ launching July/Aug }