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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More and more companies are migrating to the cloud. But as with on-prem infrastructure, a solid architecture is needed in the cloud. Similar to building a house, you can use diagrams for cloud design – at least if you use draw.io for it. This blog article explains why the diagram tool is also suitable for mapping your cloud architecture and whether it can be combined with specialised development tools.
The Unified Modeling Language (UML) comprises a wide range of diagrams and is not just used in software development because it looks so pretty; it makes it possible to create completely different diagrams that still draw in everyone related to one and the same project. Our diagramming tool draw.io covers the whole range of UML diagrams. In this blog article, we’ll show you three valuable tips on how your diagrams will keep everyone clear and excited!
The user – the unknown entity? If you don’t know your users, you will not meet their needs. To avoid a worst-case scenario, UX teams dedicate themselves to the user journey in all its details, develop an understanding of the target group, its needs and desires, and design the touchpoints based on this. This is where good visualization can help. With draw.io, you and your team can create user flow diagrams that depict the user journey and provide you with a solid basis for decision-making.
Complex projects in particular absolutely need visualizations – the risk is too great that something will go wrong, which will have an impact on all subsequent project steps. Flowcharts are a good way to remedy the situation. In our “I 🧡 draw.io” series, we provide tips on how you can use draw.io to quickly create diagrams, mockups, maps, etc. and lay them out in such a way that they can be read and understood by all team members or external stakeholders.