This is a question about the development workflow of front end engineers. I am starting a project for a rather large site with lots of pages, each page has multiple steps, and it's very difficult to lay out all the content in a spreadsheet.

The content of each page will be delivered in a spreadsheet cell, and some pages have multiple variable section that are determined by user's preferences.

I was asked my opinion about how to structure the deliverable. I am wondering if there is a best practice out there for structuring this kind of deliverable? Because when you have a poorly structured deliverable it can be almost as mindnumbing as using pen-and-pencil to write code.

Do you have any tools, formats, practices for creating deliverables that are easy to work with?

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orta 244
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This might sound a tad odd, but I've had good wireframes of sites given to me in Keynote/Powertpoint style, as they can be hyperlinked between pages, and it gives a good rough idea of how it all should come together.

Answered over 7 years ago by orta
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There's a bunch of online collaborative wireframing tools to tackle your dilemma.

I'd be very tempted to use one of them - you might find an interactive mock-up of the site far more useful than a spreadsheet.

there's a bunch reviewed here: http://garmahis.com/reviews/wireframe-tools/

and some more here: http://www.onextrapixel.com

Answered over 7 years ago by Tony Crockford
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Personally, I have started using Hot Gloo. I like the interface, simplicity and its collaboration features. It also offers multi-page linking like you would get from Keynote and PowerPoint presentations.

Answered over 7 years ago by Simon Boak