Construct a Blueprint for Your Website
When building a new website, you’ll want to begin with a wireframe. A wireframe serves as the architectural blueprint for your website. It lays out each page of the site as well as the content (e.g., images, text, bullets, icons, tables, diagrams, videos) for each page. What it does not include is any design elements or website copy. Once your wireframe is complete, your writer and web developer will work off the same blueprint to complete their respective portions of the project.
P.S. A quick Google search for “wireframe examples” will give you plenty of ideas on how to build yours.