A Diagram’s worth a thousand Words

By Mary Nielsen on Dec 13, 2016 in Stories
yay_gliffy

This post is brought to you by our friend Brad Hanks. Brad is a veteran marketing consultant. He currently works at ZipBooks, bookkeeping services for small businesses.  At Zipbooks, we’ve found a diagram is the perfect way to convey information quickly and succinctly. If you’ve ever had to navigate a user manual without a single image, then you…

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Introducing Gliffy Embed

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A quick outline of what you can expect using Gliffy’s latest product feature: embedding diagrams.  In October we released some pretty groovy team features including private sharing and commenting. Our efforts were focused on helping teams work better together. But instead of that nose-to-the-grindstone get-work-done-faster attitude, we wanted to support teams when it came to really…

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Here’s How We Innovate From the Inside-Out

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Key findings on what’s at the heart of creating, understanding and improving your product.  — It’s a Friday afternoon, mid June. We’re sprawled out in our office. Cross-legged, lounging in beanbags, leaning off desks. Still sleepy from our insanely delicious taco lunch. We’re all waiting to share our ideas on how we can make Gliffy better—from…

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User Story: Mapping it out with Gliffy

By Mary Nielsen on Oct 26, 2016 in Stories
Choose your own misery

Writers map out complex story arcs with Gliffy to stay on the same page. Last year, we featured an awesome user story highlighting talented (and pretty hilarious) writers Jilly Gagnon and Mike MacDonald. Here’s the skinny: Jilly and Mike collaborated across thousands of miles using Gliffy to create their book Choose Your Own Misery. In…

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How to Cut Down on Useless Meetings

By Liza Mock on Aug 30, 2016 in Tips and Tricks
The case for fewer meetings

Do you ever feel like you spend more time sitting in meetings than actually working? According to a recent Atlassian study, the average employee attends 62 hour-long meetings every month and considers half of them to be a waste of time. That’s an incredible 31 hours every month — nearly an entire workweek — wasted…

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Why Visual Communication is Taking Over the World

By Mary Nielsen on Jul 27, 2016 in Latest & Greatest
Why Visual Communication is taking over the World

Connecting with people has never been easier. Or more constant. From FaceTime, Skype and WhatsApp to emails, texting emojis and Snapchat, we are in the middle of a communication gold rush. But this time we’re panning for something a little less shiny. In this article we explore why visual communication is becoming the dominant way…

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