My Bookmarks and Annotations 04/07/2010

  • a tool called Cacoo tries to stand out from the pack with some unique features.

    Developed by Japan-based Nulab, the Flash application is entirely browser-based, free and available in English (and Japanese). Cacoo features a library of icons users can drag and drop to create site maps, wireframes, flow charts, network diagrams, mind maps, UML diagrams, and more. Much like with similar tools, Cacoo users can align the design elements to each other, resize, flip and skew them, create their own components from existing ones, upload images to include in the diagrams, and more.

    tags: cacoo, visualization, mindmap


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