Web projects are hard to plan accurately
Timblee will help you improve the UX and plan them better by starting with a beautiful visual sitemap.
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A well planned sitemap can save dozens of hours
through a web project
Be on the same page
With a visual, clearly structured sitemap, you’ll be able to get clients and team member on the same page faster.
Reduce unnecessary pages, identify duplicates and simplify the navigation when planning your site or app.
Simplify user ﬂow
A visual sitemap helps identify opportunities to get users to the desired action on your app or site faster.
Use it to assign tasks
A visual sitemap makes it easier to assign wireframing, copy, design and other tasks in your project management tool.
Sitemaps in minutes
Drag and drop from 40+ page types to
create beautiful sitemaps in minutes
Rich, contextual conversations
Keep feedback and comments structured by then easily review and act on them.
Always know where things are at
Easily view and change project statuses via
the progress board – you’ll know whether you need to follow up with a client or move the sitemap to the next stage.
Visuals speak louder than words
Traditional ‘text only’ sitemaps are hard to read (and boring ). With our 40+ visual page types, and more added regularly, you’ll have clients and team members on the same page faster.
Here’s how we use Timblee at
Planning & structure
When planning a new web project, Timblee is where we start and iterate till there are only essential pages and a clean, tight navigation left.
Based on the Timblee sitemap, we assign copy, wireframing and other tasks to the team using Metalab’s Flow
Wireframes, UX & design
We then build low-ﬁdelity wireframes, conduct the ﬁrst stage of UX testing and then hi-ﬁdelity designs with Bohemian Coding’s beautifully simple Sketch
Detailed UX testing & feedback
We create an almost seamless interactive experience using the static concepts and get feedback from a broader group of stakeholders with InVision.
We then turn the the ﬁnal designs for the project or that sprint into code using Sublime Text 2 and store our repositories on Github.
We typically conduct live real user testing internally, with small groups of user testers locally, or via usertesting.com.
After changes and improvements based on user testing are made, we deploy to AWS where our production environment is.
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