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Transcript of Flowcharting
Flowcharts help simplify difficult and complex information by organizing it into seperate section and making it easy to read. How to make your flowchart more intense You can add colours to your background, and change your font. There are many different kinds of fonts and backgrounds in the world, so use your imagination. Having colours and graphics draws attention to more important ideas in your flowchart. Key points of a good flowchart A good flowchart must have a terminal shape, or as some like to call it,
A terminator is the shape of your beginning and ending titles. This is key because it clearly marks the beginning and end of your presentation.
The most commonly used shape is a rounded rectangle.
As you can clearly see above, arrows help direct and give creativity to the flowchart.
Arrows help if you have big groups of information, closely packed into one area.
Arrows give direction to where the viewer should look next.
Shapes and their functions There are many different shapes used in flowcharts,
all with different meanings. For example, most users
like to use a diamond shape as their decision section.
Another shape commonly used is a rectangle. This is
used for activity steps or action steps. This is the
part of the flowchart that requires you to do someting. Decision Diamonds Rectangles Circles Circles are used as points to show points where to perform a choice, or a place where two options are available. Circles help
simplify a chart. Summary Overall, if your flowchart follows these guidleines, it will be very easy to follow, very creative and entertaining, but most of all very simple. Doing this will keep your audience interested and make your presentation the best in the game. Brady Hicks Stephen Hensen By: Stephen Hensen