At this point, we make decisions about how to arrange site elements, what goes with
what, what comes before or after what. A map includes specifications for what elements are
included: a site map, a table of contents, interactive collection of data from users,
illustrations, feedback, etc.
The best way to communicate a site map is to offer a visual representation of the parts
of the site and how they will be arranged. Often some version of the site map will
be included as well in the final product: a search structure or table of contents for the
actual web site.