Organizing Web Content
- Once you have identified the basic materials and text that you would like to include on the site, begin to organize it into “chucks of data” or divide it into categories and subcategories.
- Think about your audience as you organize your content. Use words and phrases to describe your “content chunks” or categories/subcategories that would make sense to the general public and organize content accordingly.
- Work from the general to the specific.
- Putting a site diagram or organizational flow chart together should help to define the overall size and scope of the project and will help you to identify particular content or site areas that will need to developed, edited, or written.
Once you’ve gathered and organized the data you feel you would like to include on your website, turn it over to Charlotte’s Web Studios for further analysis.