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What a relief,
This review is from: Communicating Design: Developing Web Site Documentation for Design and Planning (Paperback)
As soon as I picked up this book, I breathed a huge sigh of relief. I've been working with wireframes for many years, and creating them for a couple of years, but it's my experience that everyone does them differently, and so I gratefully welcome an overview of the basics.
I almost don't dare to write this next thing, so unbelieving am I at my good luck, but here are all the documents he covers, filling in holes in my knowledge base:
2. Usability test plans
3. Usability reports
4. Competitive analysis
5. Concept models
6. Content inventories
7. Site maps
8. Flow charts
10. Screen designs
As he says in his preface, it's a how-to book. It's a cookbook. It's for people who make the docs, people who use the docs, and people who review the docs.
I'm really excited. Methodology is great, but what a joy it is to just get some basic templates!