Sitemap Drawing Software
Lucidchart’s online site map creation tool is perfect for designing sitemaps, web flows, link maps, and website navigation diagrams. To start drawing your site map, click on one of the pre-made templates below.
What's a site map?
A site map (or sitemap) is a record of user-facing web pages on a particular site. A site map can be a generic document that’s used as a planning tool for web design, or a web page that lists each page on the site, often in a top-down method.
Lucidchart makes updating your current site map or drawing the site map for your next website completely painless.
Website organization made easy
Sitemaps are used to chart out the overall direction of a website, including its navigation and general composition. Some designers use site maps to experiment with a new website structure or to switch around various elements in the current structure. With Lucidchart, users can easily create and delete new elements, as well as rearrange icons within the sitemap to design the optimal framework.
Who looks at site maps?
Most website designers or administrators utilize sitemaps because they allow popular search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, and Ask to look at each published page and make it available to Internet users. Webmasters can either upload a sitemap to their search engine of choice or wait for search engines to find the pages.
Get started with templates and examples
If you’re searching for inspiration, look no further than our sitemap use case post. Lucidchart offers free plans to help you start diagramming site maps, wireframes, and more.
Paid plans offer additional features and functionalities that you can test through a free trial period.