Upon reading the "Navigation" chapter of Don't Make Me Think, I saw the point 'The name needs to match what I clicked.'
Obviously, this is a book of guidelines and is not law, but I'm confused about the situation when using a Call-To-Action button as a form of navigation to a new page. The CTA should normally be an imperative verb phrase, but having a title of a page being a verb doesn't make much sense. The page title should be a noun.
Would one just use a noun form of the verb phrase for the page title?
Button Text: "Map Streams"
Page Title: "Stream Mapping"
Edit: I feel the difference is obvious enough to be warranted, but I'd like to have the opinions of others.