Sitemap during design gives as able to take an early glance at your website or application from the treetops. A UX sitemap is a hierarchical diagram of a website or application. This tool visualizes the structure and individual sections of the designed website, which is a solid starting point for building the information architecture. A sitemap is created early in the UX design process, after the discovery phase. Each page has a specific number and label, and pages are linked from high-level categories to specific pages. This activity brings us many benefits during the design process. We can infer from it how structured the navigation should be and decide where the specific content will be located. The sitemap shows a full picture of your digital product so we can make better design decisions. It helps to see if linked pages are useful, shows the relationship between them, and allows us to plan SEO properly. We can strategically place content to be user-friendly, and also pinpoint problem areas such as pages hidden under an unintuitive label. The design concept includes that in the case of SEO, it’s important not to repeat keywords and sitemap helps plan where to place them.