Page hierarchy model

Adela
Adela
Marcus and I started a page hierarchy. Here’s what we came up with.
  • Home
  • Exhibits – a list.
    • Special interest lists – lists for Outdoors, Geekery, Dance, etc.
    • Exhibitor signup
      • Signup – so you can make your own page.
      • Preparing your table – advice on how to make a good table.
  • Location – where the exhibition is.
  • Press – a press release.
  • Contact – contact form.

Ruben
Ruben
Hey, good job!

Anyone want to add anything?

Ray
Ray
Yes, nice list. I was wondering. How about a list of the door prizes people can win? Might make some people more interested in attending.
Adela
Adela
Good idea. Let’s add that. We should also link the exhibitors who are donating the prizes. Give them more publicity.
Georgina
Georgina
Would it help to have the exhibition data and time on every page? Along with the location?
Ruben
Ruben
Why is that?
Georgina
Georgina
Well, I took a psychology class, and we talked about when people make decisions. Someone might decide to come to exhibition when they look at the home page, or after they’ve seen the door prizes, or a special interest list, or something else. If the basic when-and-where info is on every page, then it doesn’t matter what page they’re looking at when they decide to come. They can write it down immediately.
Ruben
Ruben
Great thinking, Georgina! You put yourself in the shoes of someone using the site, and thought how they might react.

Ray
Ray
Yeah, seriously, Georgina. Nice going.

We might also want a link for the exhibitors on every page, so they can change their info. They’ll have to login, right?

Adela
Adela
Hmm, yes, that’s the way we’d probably do it.
On each page

  • Time and place of show, link to location, sponsored by city
  • Login link for exhibitors

Here’s the page hierarchy.

  • Home
  • Exhibits – a list.
    • Special interest lists – lists for Outdoors, Geekery, Dance, etc.
    • Exhibitor signup
      • Signup – so you can make your own page.
      • Preparing your table – advice on how to make a good table.
  • Prizes – list of what people can win.
  • Location – where the exhibition is.
  • Press – a press release.
  • Contact – contact form.

You can try a demo site to see what they look like. For each entry in the hierarchy you just read, find the page on the demo site.