This is the updated version of our popular Ext JS Omnigraffle stencil which is available for download on our website and on Graffletopia.com. This update contains many improvements and additions, namely that we were able to recreate most Ext JS elements as graffletopia shapes or groups. This is especially helpful for resizing...more
Used to design the navigational track for the audience classes. This stencil also incorporates the Task Navigation Model for the Concurrent Task Trees from WSDM. Additionally, it has the ways to model the Semantic Relationship links.
The Audience Class Hierarchy describes the different users visiting a website and their requirements. The highest superclass is always the Visitor who has the most common requirements. All others users are subclasses with their own more detailed requirements. Requirement are inherited from the superclass. e.g. A Visitor can...more
WSDM is an audience driven web site design method, developed at the Web & Information System Engineering (WISE) research group of the department of Computer Science of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Initiated in 1998 by Prof. Dr. Olga De Troyer, WSDM was among the first web site design methods. Originally aimed at...more
Workflow nets and YAWL are widely used in academia to teach and discuss the theoretical foundations of workflow and business process management. More information can be found at the official website: http://www.yawl-system.com.
The UML2 activity diagram notation is an OMG standard, focusing on describing the business logic within a software system. More information can be found at the official website: http://www.uml.org.
Event-driven Process Chains (EPC) are used widely for describing business logic within a company. EPCs have been invented by Prof. Scheer and commercialized by IDS-Scheer: http://www.ids-scheer.com/international/en
Some helpful stencils for designing your database and models. Sort of an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) with some added stuff that helps me think through what's going to go on when I get to coding. Don't feel bad if (like me) you are more of a Designer/Developer and just use the plain arrow to connect things. The ERD stuff...more
Stencils for the Fundamental Model Concepts - http://www.fmc-modeling.org/