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Communicating software architecture is a crucial aspect of being a successful software architect, however, this is a skill you don't get taught.

Learning by trial and error is not ideal, so how do you create inclusive diagrams and visuals that successfully communicate to your audience? 

Apply communication design patterns and recognise antipatterns.

The purpose of a diagram is to successfully communicate with the audience, which sounds deceptively simple. Communication design patterns can be applied to guide you towards this ultimate goal of successful communication, and maximum inclusion for your audience.

In this session, learn from a hands-on solution architect - and thought leader in communication design and documentation - how to tailor your visuals to your audience, choose the most appropriate standards (or not) and level of detail, and apply patterns to improve accessibility for all audiences.