2 Replies to “LucidCharts Tutorial”

  1. So first, damn that’s a lot of tabs you’ve got there. Now that that’s out of my system, awesome tutorial! LucidCharts seems like an incredibly versatile and high-powered tool, but the UI looks surprisingly manageable given that.

  2. It seems a little finicky, especially when attaching and connecting arrows, but a great website regardless! The ability to edit interconnected charts without having to reshape and reconnect everything is amazing, especially when compared to PowerPoint. The simple design and, as you said, accessibility to the public reminds me of a mockup program called Balsamiq I’ve used this term.

    Oh my gosh, that help feature though. It’s actually helpful! *swoon*

    Have you been using this for your group project? Or else how did you stumble upon LucidChart?

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