How to explain to the programmer what needs to be done?

Draw a clear flowchart!

How to explain to the programmer what needs to be done?

Draw a clear flowchart!

Visual tool for software requirements,
use cases and business procedures

What is DRAKON?

DRAKON is a visual language. It can be described as ordered flowcharts. Flowcharts that have a structure.

What is DRAKON good for?

DRAKON captures procedural knowledge. It shows how to do things or how things should work. Typical examples of such knowledge are software requirements, use cases and business procedures.

Why DRAKON?

  1. DRAKON diagrams are easy to understand. DRAKON was designed for clarity.
  2. DRAKON diagrams are easy to draw. DRAKON Editor Web will automatically build the structure of the flowchart. You only need to provide some guidance.
Software development Business
  • Software requirements
  • Use cases
  • Program documentation
  • Business procedures
Software development
  • Software requirements
  • Use cases
  • Program documentation
Business
  • Business procedures
Finally, drawing got easier than writing
More diagrams with less effort: DRAKON Editor Web helps you draw.
Clean and consistent diagrams
No need to be a graphics designer to make good-looking diagrams. DRAKON Editor Web ensures that diagrams follow solid readability guidelines.
Draw on your phone and tablet
Use your mobile device to create diagrams that look clean and professional.
Your diagrams will stay up-to-date
Creating a diagram is just half the story. Your knowledge is changing and expanding, and the diagram must reflect that.
With DRAKON Editor Web, not only creation of flowcharts but also updating them becomes extremely easy.
Collaborate online
Invite your colleagues to edit your diagrams in real-time.

Read more about DRAKON

Examples DRAKON visual language

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