All Diagram Articles

An introduction to Flowchart Symbols

While flowcharts are excellent when it comes to business, it would be prudent at some point to pay attention to some of the best practices with regard to flowcharts, in general.

Basics of UML Use Case Diagrams

Use case diagrams can be defined as behavior diagrams that are used to describe a set of actions (use cases) that some system or systems (subject) should or can perform in collaboration with one or...

Graphic Organizers for K12 Education

Graphic organizers are visual learning tools which facilitate the students’ ability to learn and understand better.

Producing effective ideas with Mind Maps!

It is the basic premise to state that every single project kicks off with a basic idea; and these ideas usually evolve into viable projects only after an intense round of brainstorming.

Confused about Combined Fragments in Sequence Diagrams?

While “alternative,” “option,” and “loop” are the combined fragments that people utilize the most, there are other combined fragments, such as break and parallel, which a large share of people will...

Use of Gates in Sequence Diagrams

While we discussed about how to reference another sequence diagram via sending across data through parameters and also return values.

Deeper Aspects of Sequence Diagrams

Taking an advanced look into sequence diagrams is important too. So in this article let's understand how to reference two sequence diagrams.

Understanding the Basics of Sequence Diagrams

While there is an assumption that Sequence Diagrams were made for developers, the truth is that a company’s business staff could use such diagrams to communicate how exactly the business presently...

A beginner's introduction to UML Diagramming

While there are many types of UML diagrams, let’s concentrate on the building blocks of UML Diagrams here.

Simple Guidelines for drawing UML Class Diagrams

When it comes to system construction, a class diagram is the most widely used diagram. This diagram generally consists of interfaces, classes, associations and collaborations.