Make Diagrams With These Powerful Features

The Slickplan diagram maker is the best tool for mapping out the perfect user flow for website visitors. Integrated with our sitemap builder, our diagramming tool seamlessly works side-by-side, letting designers plan their entire website project all in one place. Created specifically for planning website user flow, our app gives you a purposeful and clean interface with all of the features needed for efficient user flow planning.

Create a Diagram

Create a Diagram

Craft user flow through your website by plotting diagrams with Slickplan’s diagram builder. Drag and drop symbols representing elements and key actions. Add connectors to indicate a user’s path from start to finish.

Diagramming Built for Web Projects

Diagramming Built for Web Projects

Get up and running fast with our clean and intuitive diagramming interface. Build the optimal flow diagram using page, file and conditional symbols, available at your fingertips.

Seamless Integration With Sitemaps

Seamless Integration With Sitemaps

It’s easy to transition between sitemap and diagram editing mode. Link up your sitemap pages to your diagram elements for a unified experience.

Connector Keyboard Shortcut

Connector Keyboard Shortcut

Quickly change your line connector type by hitting the spacebar when drawing.

Drag. Drop. Done.

Drag. Drop. Done.

Simply drag and drop symbols, connectors, and other diagram elements, and place them exactly the way you like it. Connectors stay connected, so you can quickly adjust symbol locations without a hassle.

Auto Save

Auto Save

You change it; we save it. The auto-save feature protects all of your hard work and is saved instantly, so you never have to worry about losing data.

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