Custom Interactive Diagrams in LucidChart
Diagrams, a type of visualization that focuses on shapes and connectors, can be used to visualize a structure, process, or concept. Diagrams can be created in any standard graphic design or drawing programs, but there are only a few general diagramming tools that are specially designed to assist with spacial arrangement and shape choice, and many of those tools focus on creating static, print-based diagrams. LucidChart, available to members of the Duke community, can create engaging diagrams with interactive components that can be shared and embedded online.
In this workshop, we will learn the basics of creating interactive diagrams in LucidChart. We will learn to layout elements on the canvas, import multimedia objects, add layers and hotspots, and share or embed in Sites@Duke. This is a hands-on workshop, and you can either use the in-room computers or bring your own laptop. Please follow these instructions on Software@Duke to create your LucidChart account prior to the start of the workshop.
Please note: this classroom has a limited number of seats. If you choose to register for the workshop, please make every effort to attend, or if you cannot, please cancel your registration as soon as a conflict comes up. If all spots fill up, we will maintain a waitlist in the event of cancelations. If you can't attend but would like to be notified when materials are available, please contact Angela Zoss.
- Friday, February 9, 2018
- 9:00am - 11:00am
- Bostock 023 Training Room
- West Campus
- Data and Visualization