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A must read for anyone involved in producing website documentation, 19 Nov. 2006
If you work in web product design or development, you will be well aware of the challenges of creating and communicating web design documentation. Dan Brown, a respected information architect, has put together a really useful book, covering the most crucial documentation that every effective web project will require. As an aspiring Information Architect I found the sections on design documentation including site maps, flow charts and wireframes really useful. Brown utilises a layered approach to producing documentation, which starts with the most important elements and then builds additional detail in subsequent layers. Whatever your level of experience, this book brings real clarity to producing the documentation that can make or break a web project.