Explore the following printable examples of various activity diagram are available on this page. These examples will give you a brief overview of how the diagram looks like and consists of. The first example below is an activity diagram for a website. Take a look at the structures of the diagrams and the shapes!
An activity diagram is essentially a flowchart that shows activities performed by a system. These diagrams help people on the business and development sides of an organization come together to understand the same process and behavior. The flow of control or object flow with emphasis on the sequence and conditions of the flow are shown in these diagrams. The following diagrams are the activity diagrams for e-banking.
There is a limited number of shapes connected with arrows. The most important shape types: ellipses represent actions; diamonds represent decisions; bars represent the start (split) or end (join) of concurrent activities; a black circle represents the start (initial node) of the workflow; an encircled black circle represents the end (final node). Arrows run from the start towards the end and represent the order in which activities happen.
You can use activity diagrams to better visualize process flows and focus on the sequence in which it happens. This diagram can be used to track what causes a particular event using an activity diagram. All of the diagrams are printable and you can find more of our educational diagrams in the other posts or categories! Download, print and get started!