1. CREATE AN OUTLINE
Create an outline for content on TimeWarner.com, focusing on the Management directory only for content below the second level. Use the numbering system explained in the "Site Diagrams" article (in the "Specifying levels and numbering pages" section).
Start with the home page ("1. Time Warner Home") and then list all the top-level landing pages (starting with "1.1 About Us" and "1.2 Management"). Below that level, only continue for the content under "1.2 Management" -- so your next entry should be "1.2.1 Board of Directors" and you should continue from there.
2. CREATE A SIMPLE TREE DIAGRAM
Using the outline you just developed, create a simple tree diagram (site map) for the content you've just inventoried. This diagram only has to include the first three levels of information (1 through 1.x.x levels), but you are welcome to include the whole Management directory tree if you'd like. (If you read about how to represent ranges of similar pages with nothing below them -- like bios, for example -- you could include them easily, but it's not required.)
What I'll be looking for on this diagram is that each page represented is numbered according to your outline (I should see a number on each and every page icon) and contains a short version of the page name.
3. CREATE TWO WIREFRAMES
Create low-fidelity wireframes for the following two pages that you've just outlined and diagrammed:
Make sure to label the wireframes for each page using the corresponding number from your outline and the name of the page. This can appear as a simple text header above the wireframe.
4. SEND ME YOUR WORK
Send your work to me as email attachments. Send the message to firstname.lastname@example.org and use "Final Exam" as the subject line. Use the following naming convention for any file attachments:
[first 2 characters of last name]_final-[file number]_adv3560.[file suffix]
If you use writemaps.org, you can use the sharing feature to send me your work on the tree diagram. If you do that, please be sure to use email@example.com, rather than my City Tech email address.
Good luck. Or congratulations, if you're reading this after finishing...