- Love it! It's easy to use - the learning curve is a virtual zero. It's free, primarily web-based, with apps for iOS and Android. :) PS. You can create flowcharts on the iOS app, but view-only on the Android app (edit capability is coming soon according to the devs), and every change is synced to the cloud.Love Lucidchart. It's really intuitive and it's like they've thought of everything that you need. I use it to map out integrated Product Management and Customer Success user flows.
- Create diagrams and charts, for free. If you are looking for easy to use and get started instantly.
- I work for Cinergix, makers of Creately. We do have an easy to use drag and drop interface. But we go beyond that with our contextual toolbar. Instead of dragging dropping and connecting with it you can create and connect with a single click. Plus you can draw many more diagrams using our tool https://creately.com/Flowcharts-...
- I'm been using Mindmaps for several years. But the one I've stuck with is Simplemind because it's not only easy to use, it's cross platform. I can create flowcharts, business plans, or decision maps on my PC and then edit and tweak on my iPhone.
- To design a website structure I would recommend using Slickplan. Also inside sitemap pages you can create flow charts and mind maps, for example under the ‘authorization’ page cell you can draw a diagram describing the registration and signing in process for users. The diagrams can be created as a standalone, shareable and exportable projects as well.
- I would say Edraw Max, which is multi-platform based for Windows, Mac, and even Linux. I can find many built-in and time-saving flowchart standard shapes and templates in the software for you to drag and drop. It also has a team/personal cloud system for you to share files, and that's great!