RPG fans take note: As promised, the big draw.io adventure was finished at Atlassian Team ’23! We present you with a final, epic battle including a happy ending – and of course a review of Atlassian Team ’23, the innovations announced there and what is actually behind the Eierlegenden Wollmilchsau.
Welcome to the 6th part of our draw.io adventure – and the last one you can read in this form! Because the final part will be played out later this week in Las Vegas, at Team 23. But first, our heroes must rescue their Agile Coach Marcus from the clutches of evil monsters, only to find themselves, reunited, in the lair of the evil mastermind. Only then does the diabolical plan behind it all become apparent – and it’s worse than Caroline, Marcus, Pauline and Angie could have dreamed…
oin our four heroes on their journey as they try to protect the distant kingdom of Connectalot from an unknown evil! In the 5th part of our draw.io adventure, team “Fiends & Foes” is on their way to “Wiesgooden”, the birthplace of the legendary “Eierlegenden Wollmilchsau”. There they hope to finally get more information about the whole situation. But even before they arrive in the city, a fateful encounter takes place that holds completely new perspectives in store, especially for Agile Coach Marcus…
Four employees from a game development company must save a kingdom from an unknown threat that threatens to destroy everyone and everything. But how? The team has agreed to help King Gaudenz. Now they have to search for a mythical creature called Atlas, who lives in the “Cloud” fortress and may have information that can help our heroes. Will they find the crucial clues?
Welcome to the 3rd part of our draw.io adventure! An agile team of four disparate colleagues finds themselves in another world where their collaborative skills are called upon to save a kingdom threatened by an unseen evil. But first, they must fight a blazing fire and save the town’s innocent people. To accomplish this, the team must unleash previously unimagined powers …
If you’re a fan of role-playing games, today’s your day: because today the 2nd part of our adventure around four mismatched heroines and heroes who have been catapulted from a meeting in their game development company into a magical world where a king is asking for their help, is on! What will the team decide to do – and what’s the big deal anyway? Plus, expect our Diagram Inspiration of the Week and tips on how visualization can solve other problems using draw.io….
RPG fans and those who want to become one, watch out: Here we go! The unexpected journey of four disparate heroines and heroes starts in the offices of a company somewhere in the USA… Dive into the world of role-playing games, follow a team of four normal people (at least in the beginning) and get suggestions and tips from the draw.io team about diagrams, whiteboards and the best “Lord of the Rings” meme ever!
Do you know the movie “The Gamers” or are you familiar with “Pen & Paper” or “Role Playing”? If yes, this article is just right for you! If not, this article is also for you – because the draw.io team takes you on a journey into the world of adventure, magic, fantasy and heroines! In this new series of blog articles, you’ll have the chance to take part in quests alongside some atypical characters and learn about new finesses of diagramming.
In our “I 🧡 draw.io” series, we highlight the many possible uses and types of diagrams you can make with draw.io. This time, we also present use cases that are rather unusual for us: For example, we show you what connects a car refurbishment company, a hair salon and students of mathematics, and why we have sometimes been able to help without even knowing it.
If your history teacher, instead of rattling off boring facts, has recreated important battles with pictures, graphics or even miniature figures or Lego, you know yourself: Information is better remembered when it is conveyed in a clear way. This also applies to presentations, one of the main tools for conveying information. But here, many quickly reach their limits. The result: cluttered, unclear or not very meaningful slides. We’ll show you how to integrate even complex diagrams into presentations with draw.io and how to prepare them in such a way that your audience will be thrilled!
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