PowerMapper is an automatic site mapping tool for information architects, usability analysts and web developers.
It is used in more than 50 countries, by 30% of the Fortune 100, and major organizations like NASA and MIT.
Current Version: 5.16 released Dec 30, 2014
Platforms: Windows. Mac OS X version due summer 2015.
Use: inside and outside firewall, including intranets and development sites
Creating a map is simple: just navigate to your site using the built in web browser, then click Map.
PowerMapper draws maps in a range of useful and attractive styles using thumbnails of each page.
You can also export a Google XML sitemap, or an Excel CSV.
Create Site Maps Cost-Effectively
Creating a site map manually takes hours or days, even for medium size sites.
PowerMapper creates site maps automatically with a single click. Ballpark costs to
manually create a site map are:
3 minutes per page to create and layout a box for each page
in a drawing package then copy-and-paste the page title or url
Total Effort: 50 hours to create a map of a 1,000 page site (3 minutes x 1,000 pages)
Total Cost: $2,500 at $50 per hour (50 hours x $50)
PowerMapper can build a better site map in under 5 minutes for a small fraction of the cost.