I need to create a sitemap for a microsite.
To provide background information, the website focuses on the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). I'm still fairly new to writing site maps.
The idea is to keep the page "simple". The user lands on the construction site and is transported to begin a patient journey. They then receive animations for 3 patients in different stages of their COPD condition. The three patient stories are presented one after the other. They are then sent to a page that contains information and links to other pages, etc. The client wants the user to be able to replay each story if the user so desires.
My question is, are there certain ways to show this or what would be the best way to present it?
At first I thought I would make a branch from the landing page, list the three profiles, and then list the information page in a second branch from the landing page. Although I think this covers the entire content, I don't think it makes it clear that the user will see the animations first
Then I considered why I shouldn't start the landing page and then branch off each patient profile as shown in the image below. I think that's a little clearer in the site structure. However, it looks like you have to crawl a lot of pages to get to the content, and I wonder if this is more like a user flow than a sitemap. I could summarize the patient profiles in a box and write down the content.
Are there certain ways to show this or a good way to show it?