User Flows | 20 Inspiring Examples

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When building a new website you might want to take into consideration to first create the sitemap. This assures you that your future site is fully functional and user-friendly and has an optimal structure.

User flows are important for large sites, and small websites alike, to successfully create various scenarios that your users will encounter while navigating through your website.

In this article, we gathered 20 inspiring examples of user flows, each one with its special characteristics. There are many ways of creating user flows and here you have some great examples.

Browse through these sitemaps and get inspired to create your own. This will assure you that the viewers will be guided across your website according to your preferences.

It is better to plan things ahead and prevent any errors that may occur later on. Get inspired and use them to achieve fully operational professional websites. Check them out and learn from them how to improve your websites’ accessibility.

Information Architecture

This is a well-crafted sitemap that was created by Kellyn Loehr.  This shows possible scenarios of how the users will navigate your website.

Dribbble - FM IA.png by Kellyn Loehr

User Flow

This is a useful user flow graphic created by Eric Ressler that you can use as an inspiration to create a fully functional website. Check it out and see what it has to offer!

User Flow by Eric Ressler - Dribbble

Simplified Checkout Process

Here you have a great sitemap that was created by Michael Pons. This offers all the information you need to keep in mind when creating a checkout process for purchasing online products.

Simplified Checkout Process by Michael Pons - Dribbble

User Flow

Check out this user flow graphic which was carefully planned by Mackenzie Child. This shows various scenarios about how the visitors will navigate around your website.

User Flow by Mackenzie Child Dribbble

Flowchart

This flowchart was thought by Eric Miller and it shows various paths you may follow when browsing through a website. Check it out and see what you can learn from it.

Flowchart by Eric Miller - Dribbble

Website Flowcharts for Illustrator

These flowcharts are available for Illustrator and were composed by Eric Miller. This download includes 63 mini wireframes and other flowchart items, which are available in both AI and EPS formats.

Website Flowcharts for Illustrator by Eric Miller - Dribbble

Mobile Flowchart for Illustrator

Check out these neat flowcharts and learn from them how to improve your website. This lets you see how your users will interact with your website and see potential design problems.

Mobile Flowchart for Illustrator by Eric Miller - Dribbble

Sitemap

This sitemap was carefully created bu Ed Moss and it shows great links that you may consider when creating a new website. Check it out!

Dribbble - Origin Sitemap Ed 3.jpg by Ed Moss

User Flow’in

This wonderful user flow chart was created by Bill S Kenney. This shows various connections between your websites’ pages and possible design mistakes.

by Bill S Kenney - Dribbble

Sitemap For Student Guide

Here you have a sitemap that was created by Janna Hagan for a student guide. Use this as an inspiration for your own user flow graphic.

Sitemap For Student Guide by Janna Hagan - Dribbble

Site Flow

This site flow was through by Angie Herrera. It illustrates possible links throughout your website. This way you can rapidly see the entire structure of your website.

Site Flow by Angie Herrera - Dribbble

Sitemap for IntelliMap

Check out this great sitemap that was created by AveA for IntelliMap. This lets you instantly see the websites’ architecture. Enjoy!

Sitemap - IntelliMap by AveA by John Menard - Dribbble

Sitemap/Flowchart for the Web

Here is a neat sitemap that was created by Jane Zhu. Take a look and see what new trick you can learn from this websites’ structure. Enjoy!

Site map Flowchart for web by Jane Zhu - Dribbble

Application User Journey

This sitemap was carefully created by Michael Pons and it illustrates possible links between your websites’ pages. Take a look and use it as an inspiration.

Application User Journey by Michael Pons - Dribbble

Healthy Eating App User Flow

Check out this great app user flow that represents the various bonds between the elements from this healthy eating app. Check it out and see what you can learn from it.

Dribbble - user flow full.jpg by Sarah Tanner

Mobile App Design Inspiration – AS Shoe

Check out this user flow graphic and use it as an inspiration for when you create your upcoming projects. See the pros and cons of the design and learn from them.

Mobile App Design Inspiration – AS Shoe _ Designbeep

UX/UI – Delivery app design

Here you have a well-planned sitemap for a mobile application. Check it out and see if you find it useful for your projects. Take a look!

Delivery app - UX_UI Design on Behance

VEVO LIFT CHALLENGE UX

This is a wonderful sitemap that shows you potential paths your visitor may follow when navigating through this website. Check it out!

VEVO LIFT CHALLENGE UX on Behance

WOW Keyboard User Flow

Here is a well-planned user flow that you can use as an inspiration for when planning your next website. Check it out and see what you can learn from it.

Dribbble - wow user flow.png by Adam Kalin

Wires For Days

Check out this carefully planned sitemap that shows you all the links between various elements. Use it as an inspiration for your own user flow design.

Wires For Days by Michael Pons - Dribbble

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