Where I work, I'm responsible for online help, handbooks, guides, and
maintaining our online 'information ducts'. Does anyone else on the list
maintain intranet and Wiki sites? If so, do you storyboard when you are
overhauling a site? If so, what do you use? What is your process? I've
traditionally used Word, but I wanted to know if there was a different
If I'm working on a PC: Visio for user flows and site architectural
diagrams; whatever drawing program is handy for doing "wireframes"
(user interface mockups, what you may be calling "storyboards") --
lately, I've been using the open-source vector-based drawing package
"Inkscape." (http://www.inkscape.org/) It is not as full-featured as
a program like Adobe Illustrator, but it gets the job done.
On a Mac: OmniGraffle for both diagramming and wireframes (Inkscape is
available on the Mac, too.)
Barry Campbell <barry -at- campbell-online -dot- com>
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