This time I want to present an excellent visual tool I've started using recently to improve my projects' documentation. It's the Cacoo online diagram editor, which is a professional flash tool.
The basic concept is very easy: you create graphic diagrams. You may structure them in folders and sheets (don't worry, each country should have its own translation already - I'm using Polish version):
predefined objects to use
Just get a predefined stencil - just like a nice looking professor below:
Anyway, a group member can still be edited separately:
try the demo version
The free plan gives you the possibility to hold 25 diagrams and it's enough to create useful diagrams, documenting your projects. I did - and I'm satisfied. Just take a look:
they didn't found me - I found them :)
Just to make it clear - I was not contacted by the Cacoo team and I was not asked if I could write a nice review (things like this happen - some time ago I was asked to review a pro-symfony IDE) ;-). So there was no bribe. One day I was just looking for a free UML-designing software (desktop app or online), because I was finding StarUML less and less satisfying. I found Cacoo and I didn't need to search any longer.