In those discussions, effective presentation is important for building consensus and establishing understanding among different parties. In this tutorial, we are going to see how to conduct a compelling presentation using the animation tool. Business Process Presentation - The Problem To present a business process model, some people like to play a slideshow on projector and explain it with the help of a laser pen.
In those discussions, effective presentation is important for building consensus and establishing understanding among different parties. In this tutorial, we are going to see how to conduct a compelling presentation using the animation tool.
Business Process Presentation - The Problem To present a business process model, some people like to play a slideshow on projector and explain it with the help of a laser pen. Others may like to open up diagrams directly in Visual Paradigm and walk scroll through the diagram manually with the mouse pointer.
Either way, it comes with a bit of rigidity. Whether you are reading a business process diagram in Visual Paradigm, slideshow, handout or from projector, you are actually studying something dynamic from static image.
The process is not running in the image itself, but in your brain. For this reason, it can be limited to how much you can learn from these static representation of workflows.
Moreover, you may easily miss out possible process flows for complex processes or processes that involve many conditional flows. Preview this Tutorial on YouTube To help you to complete this tutorial, we recommend you to watch the video below.
The video highlights the steps and primary concepts of this tutorial. By watching the video, you should be able to complete this tutorial much easier. Animating a Business Process Diagram Animating Your Business Process Design Process animation breaks down the presentation barrier encountered in studying process flow with static images.
It analyzes process flows and converts process design into an animation, which can be viewed in motion by the audience. With this, process animation helps to lower the risk in business process improvement, improve the chance of getting the processes right at the first attempt and brings better decision-making in re-engineering and resource planning.
Creating and Playing an Animation The animation tool is a diagram-based tool. You can setup multiple animations in a business process diagram to play different scenarios modeled in a business process diagram.
The first thing you need to do is add an animation. After that, adjust the flow by resolving how process flows through the gateway. Then, you can play the animation. In this section, we will try with a simple process that involves no gateway. After you gain some ideas about how to operate process animation, we will try with other sample processes that involve different kinds of gateways.
You can also find this file at the bottom of this tutorial. Open the diagram Case 1 - Program Admission.
At the bottom of the diagram, you can see the Animation Panel opened. Click Add Animation graphically, a plus sign at the top of the Animation Panel. Give a meaningful name to the animation based on the flow you want to animate. In this case, enter Form submission for name and press Enter to confirm editing.
The path of the animation is determined automatically by evaluating the flow modeled in the diagram. Shapes that form the path are shown in the Animation Panel as icons. If you click on any of them, it will jump right to the corresponding model element in the diagram.
Click the Play button. Look at the diagram to see the animation. Shapes have been passed are highlighted in purple by default. And whenever the animation is progressing through a sequence or message flow, a dark ball would appear and move along the line to guide your eye.
It could come with multiple incoming and outgoing flows. There are several kinds of gateways with different flow behaviors.
When you add an animation for a process that involves gateway, you need to select the outgoing flows for gateway s in order to complete the path. Open the diagram Case 2 - Order Processing and study the process.A presentation explaining the APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning) process.
Animation Analysis Once the video is created it is delivered to the customer who is asked to check every single detail from background to theme to expression of the characters.
Upon his approval, the final file is sent to the customer and the order is marked completed. How Stop Motion Animation is Made. BY Chris Higgins. In this PBS Off Book video, stop motion animators explain the process of making stop motion animation, as .
While the act of shooting a cut’s composite animation is still referred to as “photography” in modern animation, the term’s use is a mere carryover from traditional animation, as in modern animation there is no physical camera or film involved. Animation Process Animation Workflow Chris Sanders Dreamworks Jakob Jenson Shot Progression The Croods Leave a Comment Cartoon Brew put out a video with some really good insight to the early process of defining a characters in Sony’s Cloudy 2.
Jun 26, · Shows additional capabilities available with Process Analysis for more complex models.