165 – Omnigraffle

Down a further 15 places this year

OmniGraffle is a powerful, yet easy to use diagramming and drawing tool.

Website: omnigroup.com/omnigraffle
Cost:
Commercial. Free Trial
Availability: Download

Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2019: 89
Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2019:
Top 100 Tools for Higher Education 2019:

Past Overall Rankings
2018: 150    2017: 134     2016: 180      2015: –    2014:      2013: –
2012: –        2011: –         2010: –           2009: –     2008: –   2007: 72


Comments from some of those who selected OmniGraffle as one of their Top Tools in 2019

Previous comments

  • “another way I make sense is to diagram. And…while I’m a bit grumbly at their support right now, OmniGraffle is still my ‘go to’ tool for this. I don’t need all the power, and it’s expensive, but I haven’t found a replacement yet that works as intuitively.” Clark Quinn, 2018
  • “Easiest tool for creating diagrams.” David Bryson, University/College teacher, UK, 2016
  • “the diagramming tool I use, and diagramming is a great way for me to make sense of things.” Clark Quinn, 2015
  • “diagramming is the other way I think out loud, and I’m regularly getting my mind around things by diagramming” Clark Quinn, 2014
  • “brilliant for diagramming. I’m visual/conceptual and it works the way I want and makes my output look good (I went back and recreated old diagrams just because it was so fun; when’s the last time you said that about productivity software?)”  Clark Quinn, 2013
    “OmniGroup’s diagramming software is for much more than drawing diagrams. It’s useful for doing concept maps, outlining chapters in a book, illustrating statements and proofs of theorems — I even used it to redesign my kids’ playroom at home. Better than a paint program and way simpler than something like Adobe Illustrator.”  Robert Talbert

A Practical Guide to Omnigraffle

Here you will find some links to external resources on how to use Omnigraffle for teaching, training, learning and development.

At the bottom of each of the Tools pages there is a section How to use [the tool] for Learning. It provides basic guidance and links to resources on how to use the tool for teaching, training, learning and development.

To read these special sections you will need to be a registered user. Find out how to purchase access to ALL these special sections here and also pre-order the PDF How to use the Top 200 Tools for Learning.