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What are the linear, hierarchical, and random structures for Ecommerce Storyboards

  1. Linear structure: This is the most straightforward and simple structure for an ecommerce storyboard, where the user goes through a linear progression of pages, with a clear starting point and end goal. This structure is commonly used for simple transactions, such as purchasing a single item.
  2. Hierarchical structure: This structure is used when there are multiple options or categories of products, and the user needs to navigate through them to find the desired item. It's similar to a menu structure, where the user can select different categories and subcategories to narrow down their search.
  3. Random structure: This structure is less common in ecommerce, but it can be used when the products or services offered are highly varied and don't fit into a linear or hierarchical structure. The user is presented with a random selection of products or services, and can search or filter through them to find what they're looking for.
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Storyboard Development Types

The introductory page is followed sequentially by pages 1,2,3

Hierarchical structure, a main page serves as an index to lead users down different paths.

A hierarchical scheme directs users to choose from two or three pages immediately beneath the index page.

Random structure, users navigate to whatever interests them. If you choose this option, you should provide extensive maps, menus, and home page links.