Drawio - mapping template/icons

I’ve summarised [1] what my experiences with drawio for making Wardley Maps while taking into account, albeit briefly, the conversations that have been happening around it.

Consider it as another addition to the tools we use to make Wardley Maps.

[1] - https://juliusgamanyi.com/2019/03/25/wardley-maps-in-drawio

P.S. I think I’m getting the hang of gifs :wink::smile:

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And a one click version

https://www.draw.io/?clibs=Uhttps://raw.githubusercontent.com/juliusgb/wardley-map-icons/master/drawio/WardleyMap-Icon-Library

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Amazing, now all I need is a tutorial on how to create a map with draw.io

Oh, you want me to do that?

Sure, go ahead. Thank you.

I don’t know if this might help you, but the way I’ve been using drawio is to use lots of layers - the first 2 layers being the Canvas and the Grayscale background. An example Map is here - http://wardleymaps.prototypes.001.gerstner.s3-website.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/

To make the layers easy to navigate, I add buttons to the map that work well when zoomed in (see #2 below)

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Feel free to ignore the example if you judge it to be not useful, or way too much, for your purposes :slight_smile: