Additional use cases

Online whiteboard software

It doesn’t matter whether you’re working individually or as part of a team—an online whiteboard can help you jot down and organize your ideas faster.

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User story mapping tool

With the help of a user story mapping tool, you and your team can define your customer and visualize their needs as your product and development teams work to develop or improve your customer experience.

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Product roadmapping software

A product roadmap shows how a product or solution will evolve over time. Easily visualize, plan, and communicate your product strategy, so you and your team stay aligned on key decisions.

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Online sticky notes

With digital post-it notes in Lucidspark, you can easily generate and share ideas using an infinite canvas that works across any desktop, laptop, or mobile device.

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Mind mapping software

A mind map is ideal for breaking large concepts into specific ideas and uncovering new ways of thinking. Our mind map maker offers an unlimited canvas for you and your collaborators to work on unlimited ideas at once.

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Concept map maker

Create a concept map online with Lucidspark to guide your meetings and brainstorming sessions, enhance your team’s creativity, and make sure all of your collaborators understand where your ideas are headed.

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What is a mind map tutorial

Whether you choose to outline your mind map using pen and paper or an ideation software like Lucidspark, you have free reign to use whatever formatting, colors, or visuals will help you stay organized and retain information.

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What is a concept map tutorial

A concept map is a visual representation of an overarching topic and the relationships between individual ideas, images, or words that lend themselves to the larger picture. Concept maps are ideal for developing logical thinking, dissecting complex systems, and contextualizing specific ideas within larger topics.

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What is a wireframe tutorial

A wireframe is a diagram used to help UX designers and other stakeholders visualize the structure, layout, and user flow of a product—usually a website. Though website wireframes are the most common form of the diagram, wireframing is also a crucial step in mobile and desktop app development.

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Compare Miro vs Lucidspark

As an online whiteboard, Miro focuses on getting ideas out onto the page. Lucidspark helps you act on them. With Lucidspark, your team can more easily work together to surface the best ideas, synthesize your findings, and take action.

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Compare Mural vs. Lucidspark

Mural may work for your team when you need to brainstorm, but it’s no match for Lucidspark when you’re ready to convert ideas, meeting notes, and plans into effective action items.

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Compare Whimsical vs. Lucidspark

Whimsical offers bare-bones functionality for creating visuals, while Lucidspark helps your team effectively ideate, create, and act in one collaborative platform. With an infinite canvas and freehand drawing, Lucidspark lets you create whatever you want—unleash your creativity as you generate and record ideas. 

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