In which a concept model makes me giddy
Categorised under: Usability & user-centered design
Dan Brown has written an article on concept models, to bring together project teams. To quote:
About a decade ago, my site maps–a design artifact that describes the structure of a web site–started evolving. They changed from org chart-like boxes and right-angle connectors to networks of circles with straight-line connectors. For some reason, this format really resonated with my clients and colleagues. As I was on the look-out for similar diagrams, I stumbled upon mind maps. In short, a mind map is a means for explaining a set of ideas by showing the relationships between them. It is a group of nouns connected by verbs.
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