Let's look at the following example created with Grapholite (you can click to enlarge):
|Educational Diagram — Nitrogen Cycle in Nature. Created with Grapholite|
Tools used to create this image:
- Cloud Dialog Box from "Text" containers
- Rounded Arrows from our "Cycles" stencils set, customized by size, color, stroke width, opacity, etc.
- Lightning Arrow, Rectangle and Trapezium are from "Common" stencils set, but could be drawn manually
- Shape tool (and gradient customizations) to create landscape
The next nice picture is a classical Ishikawa (Cause and Effect) Diagram:
|Fishbone Diagram example created with Grapholite using just arrows and text blocks|
You may think: What's a big deal... But look! Grapholite has no built-in Fishbone Diagram support. Oops...
So, this example has been drawn to give you insight how things can still be done easily. And the first one shows that you are not limited to lines, arrows and blocks, it's possible to draw sophisticated images. Vector graphics is the key. It's the basis of the Grapholite's "turbocharged" engine.
And this power is available on Tablets too. The tablet version of the application is full-featured and allows you to continue your work on the go and stay productive. You can create and edit vector images using Windows Tablet, iPad and Android devices. Try it!
And feel free to share your results with us — we are curious, how complex can be the graphics our app users draw.