Most project requirements are complex and require pages upon pages of documentation to make sense of the same. But this will not be useful during times of presentation or project discussion. This is where visual modeling comes into picture
Visual modeling is nothing but graphical representation of a problem making it easier to understand or comprehend
By creating visual models you can easily understand complex information which can allow stakeholders to comprehend the information easily so that they can understand all the requirements in view and if needed provide clarification and more information. In general, the as-is and to-be state is mapped.
Different type of visual model
Depending on the project different types of visual models are used. They are:
- Organization chart
- Use case diagram
- Process Flow diagram
There are more than 10+ different types of visual modeling languages which can be used to create different models.