Sitemaps and User Flows
for better UX

FlowMapp is an online tool for creating visual Sitemaps and User flows that helps you to effectively design and plan User Experience.
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Sitemap
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User Flow
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Customer Journey Map
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Personas
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Design Review
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FlowMapp is trusted by 40 000 users all over the World.
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How does it work?

Amazingly intuitive tools to collect, organize and collaborate in web development.

01
Create
Sitemap
02
Build
User Flow
03
Invite
Team
04
Manage
Content
05
Share
with client
06
Export
& Print it!
Create
Sitemap
Intuitive sitemaps for everyone on your team to see workflows at a glance.
Next Step
Create website structure
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Build
User Flow
It helps you to create a journey, that users will follow using your website or app.
Next Step
Create user flow diagram
Next Step
Invite
Team
Keep it in sync with all development process and changes.
Next Step
Collaborate with your team
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Manage
Content
Upload files, add page descriptions, text and external links.
Next Step
Add content to plan website
Next Step
Share
with client
Moreover, let your clients work with restructuring their site directly on FlowMapp.
Next Step
Share sitemap and user flow with client
Next Step
Export
& Print it!
The export feature gives a chance to provide a deliverable piece in document and image format. Just hang it on the wall!
Next Step
Export sitemap and user flow
Next Step

Who are FlowMapp users?

You're in a good company.

01
Agencies
«We manage client's projects and arrange teamwork — FlowMapp helps us to unite efforts on all digital production stages»
02
Product Designers
«The intuitive and clean UX tools look like a great way to visualize the hierarchy and structure of a future product»
03
UX Strategists
«I use FlowMapp once our team is in the UX-research and strategy stage of every project. Helps to ensure all user journeys have been mapped out»
04
Project Managers
«Helps give me a quick snapshot of what project looks like from a bird's-eye perspective. It is a great organizing tool for our team»
05
Developers
«Sitemap monitoring helps me to collect full product requirements before development starts»
06
Copywriters
«I create content, upload text directly to each page and share it with a client for approval before front-end development»
07
Sales Managers
«We create topline flows for proposals to sell to clients. It’s definitely a quick way to add visual interest to a proposal»
08
Freelancers
«Free account helps me to work on and support my current Project»

Place it in your Toolkit

It simplifies work at different development stages.

Sales
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UX Planning
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Prototyping
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Notification
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Content
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UI Design
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How to use FlowMapp?

It is easy to collect, organize and store requirements for the development of websites using an interactive Sitemap and User Flow.

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UX & Development
Helicopter view on the product to get a top-down level approach to each Project
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Planning
To build out the site structure and flows based on UX analysis
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Team Work
The collaborative tool for whole digital Team
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Organise Everything
Create, store, manage, share, invite, export, and discuss.
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Plan Content
To flesh out the part of the information architecture — Content is King!
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Communicate with Client
To speed up the development process and secure the different approval stages
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Increase Sales
To increase sales conversion and bring interest to business proposal
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Work Offline
Discuss and restructure it on a wall, moving the final result to FlowMapp again

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