Overall Satisfaction with Lucidspark
Lucidspark was used to create a logic flow for designing a function of our product. This involved collaboration by a small team of around 4 people. The final logic flow was shared and viewed by the development team and was used as a blueprint for the software code to perform a function in an app.
- Intuitive layout.
- Allows for easy editing.
- Very easy to collaborate using it.
- Very good to share and present logic.
- A tutorial for beginners.
- Clearer navigation around the workspace.
- More obvious options to change background display/colour/grid, etc.
- Improved planning effectiveness.
- Helped with software development.
- Saved time.
It was very intuitive to use from a non-technical background, with a simple modular system that made it easy to begin creating with it. It took some time to work out how to navigate around as the designs grew in complexity and a quick tutorial on this would have been helpful.
The collaboration with Slack was particularly useful. This allowed sharing work as it developed and made collaboration communication easier. Our application was small, but a larger team would benefit from the integration with these platforms.
It is very useful as a virtual whiteboard, particularly when used with workflow software (in our case Slack). We found it seamless to create a complex logic flow in Lucidspark and to discuss this in Slack. The ability to export a final product as a .png was handy as well as the ability to create presentations directly from Lucidspark.
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It is great for mapping out a logic flow, in a case where there are scenarios defined by clear logic. In our small example, it was used to create a logic diagram for decision-making within our software and it was very good for this. I'm sure there are other useful applications, such as presenting logic. It may be more difficult to use if there are too many parties collaborating at once.