Breakdown Notes is an online tool to make diagrams, mindmaps, notes and presentations.
Breakdown Notes is great for taking notes you probably will need to rethink, restructure or present later. For instance notes you take during lectures, discussion, or brainstorming. If it's just a list or a recipe, better use a different tool.
A diagram is an expression of an idea using more then just words to present structure and relations. Think layout/positioning, size, colors, shapes, arrows, groups.
Just a diagram, mostly using layout to create overview and connections between concepts.
Most programs are great at making notes / text editing, or great at making diagrams: You can either easily add and alter text, or you can easily add shapes. Breakdown Notes intermingles text, shapes and positioning way better. Adding text and shapes is easy, moving stuff anywhere is easy, and styling is easy. And because Breakdown Notes is easy to get started with and does not need registration, others can build upon your work.
Brainstorming, organisational charts, diagrams, mindmaps, presentations, note taking during lecture, making minutes during discussion, uml diagram, routing diagram, moodboards, post-it-sessions, table seatings, tournament diagrams, experience maps, customer journeys etc
Everybody with a recent browser or a laptop or desktop can use it.
As long as you do not share your maps using github gist, they are as save as your computer and as save as where you choose to store your maps.
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