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A flowchart has been created in order to describe the process of software that has to be created. As it is my first software flowchart I would like to get feedback, but I do not know exactly what Stack Exchange site is the most suitable for it.

The flowchart will describe the process of the application, i.e., a UI has to be opened, login, data needs to be entered and the user should be logged out. How much detail is required? I am afraid that I have too much data or that I should include UML as well?

flow chart

So which site is the most appropriate?

  • What kind of feedback do you expect? We can't say if it is correct or not unless you're able to provide enough context, right? – rene Jan 22 '17 at 15:27
  • @rene updated the question – 030 Jan 22 '17 at 15:30
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    It might be on-topic on Software enigineering but I would rather ask on their meta first as they are strict and that question I linked to is from 2012. Also their closed design questions could be of help to determine if yours would fit – rene Jan 22 '17 at 15:34
  • @rene posted it – 030 Jan 22 '17 at 15:43
  • I would add the same detail you added here and not only link to this question. And both question could do with a small image if possible of your chart. – rene Jan 22 '17 at 15:47
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User Experience has a number of questions on such flowcharts, so in general your question could (should?) be on topic there. A few existing example:

The only thing I would be wary of is: "I would like to get feedback". Review and critique (i.e. feedback) questions can be a bit of a strange fit for Stack Exchange sites, they're often open-ended and subjective and there is a close reason on UX specifically for this;

Questions about Site Reviews are off-topic because questions here are expected to be relevant for a variety of people in the same situation. Reviewing a site, flow or interface only helps one person at a specific time. Instead try to ask a focused question about a particular aspect of the design that solicits solutions, not opinions.

So make sure to focus your question on a specific objective issue that is relevant to more than your specific case. Make sure to read through existing questions, read the relevant help center pages and ask on their meta if you're still unsure.

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