Overall Satisfaction with Lucidchart
It is extremely intuitive - I have not yet taken any tutorials but have been able to create visuals explaining complex concepts quickly.
I am working with a client that has grown from a small one-or-two man show and needs support to create business processes, organizational charts... for all areas of the organization. I purchased Lucidchart because it seemed, just from watching the demo, that I would be able to intuitively create and upload the kinds of visual charts that I need. I like that it has lots of existing templates that can be completely re-worked, OR you can start from scratch. It doesn't have the rigidity that some products do... it seems like with Lucidchart, I can always make the kind of chart that I have in my mind, without too much effort. I have yet to take a tutorial (which I will!) and yet I have already created a number of charts on the fly that have helped my client and his staff to see and understand how they can realign their roles and processes to function more effectively.
- It has existing templates
- Existing templates are intuitive and flexible - can be reconfigured easily
- It is overall intuitive to use
- I have not yet identified any areas for improvement .... and for what I charge for my services, Lucidchart is WELL worth the price - and gives my products a polished professional look.
- I can quickly make professional charts with this intuitive product - this is a time-saver.
- Lucidchart has already paid for itself.
I have been downloading my charts to use in Microsoft Office and Adobe - with great success.
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I have typically used Word Art in Microsoft for most of my needs for creating visuals. But the options are limited and they can't be easily manipulated to represent everything I come up with... During my MBA we were exposed to software for making process maps (can't recall the name)... I found it completely non-intuitive to use and not worth the learning curve. Lucidchart seems to have resolved all of this for me.