Lucidchart Primary Use Case
Business Analyst at a real estate/law firm with 201-500 employees
I use it for the WBS tree diagram, the work breakdown structure, and for divisional workflow mapping. I also use it for whiteboarding sessions with my team. And I have used it for an operational requirements matrix. Our company has used it for making a company organizational chart.View full review »
CEO at a consultancy with 1-10 employees
Primarily, we have been using it for collaborating with other team members and documenting the work that we are doing as a team and organization. Its two main functions are to document and collaborate.View full review »
I do a lot of strategy stuff with it:
- Mapping things out that way.
- Laying out product plans and roadmaps.
- Visually showing people some of that information.
I use it for general mapping, more like a canvas. I'm a single user who uses it for our company for a very specific need.
We are using Lucidchart through the web.View full review »
We use it for primarily for two things:
- Website architecture design.
- Process flow diagrams.
Most of our company's designers and I are on Macs along with a few other Mac users, then everybody else is on Windows machines. I also have a Windows machine, so it has to work on both.View full review »
I use Lucidchart for creating journey maps and educating customer success managers on best practices when it comes to managing customers, relationships, and difficult conversations.
People are visual, so I typically try to visualize what I'm trying to say and Lucidchart makes it easy.
As a Mac user, and with most people in the area using a Mac, it is important to me that Lucidchart accommodates both platforms.View full review »
We use it for making flowcharts. We are using the iOS and PC views to make mock-ups and wireframes.View full review »
Managing Partner at Seegmiller Gardner, PLLC
I used Lucidchart to build-out items such as business org charts, business processes/workflows, and product diagrams.
Lucidchart is much better than competitors that I have used, such as Visio. I am able to easily save off charts I have created in a PDF document, which is primarily what I do.
The flexibility of Lucidchart is great. It is easy to create swim lane process documents with as many rows as you would like. It is also very easy to include columns into the swim lane that allows you to show where one process ends and another picks up. This feature has allowed me to generate very detailed process documents that my employers have loved.View full review »
Our primary use case of this solution is to create some process flows, namely how the user will use the product, how they will walk through the product, etc. We don't use the program very often - only once every week or so.View full review »