@ellen if you don’t mind, I made a little video demonstrating one approach to getting started with mapping out a website. In this case, I worked with your site.
I placed your site in a browser next to a Tinderbox document. I started by dragging in page links** from the site’s menu bar. Each link becomes a note, with the URL of that link automatically added to the $URL attribute for that page. You could add notes about the page to the $Text for that note.
The rest of the short video depicts how a blog article linked off your main menu can be indicated on your Tinderbox map, and you could create a link in Tinderbox named Article to show the relationship. That blog article is also linked off a different main menu. So I created a different Tinderbox link named Change Article? to flag a possible redesign option to change the navigation leading to that article.
None of the demo is meant to critique or suggest what you should do with your website – it’s just a video to show one way to get started with a Tinderbox document that lets you take notes about your site, and then begin to play with the bits and pieces of your site and think about how to evolve its design and navigation. You could use note shapes, colors, link colors, adornments – in other words a few or a lot of Tinderbox’s styling features – to begin to develop one approach to website mapping and design/redesign.
** you’ll notice that dragging a link out of Safari sometimes takes a bit of fine motor skill!