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Puzzle Flow

Puzzle Flow example of possible use

Unlike most horizontal flows, this framework does not flow from segment to segment. The pieces join together to create a whole, and the whole framework conveys the flow. The example shows how this framework might be used: assembling a whole and then flowing or moving to a new status or next step.

We usually create flows with and without wings, but this set of series is different. The puzzle concept does not blend well with wings – if each segment flows to the next, you wouldn't use the puzzle concept. So this variation of hf045 has rounded edges, which make the frameworks more like the rounded-edge puzzle variations in the Segments Category.

There are two variations in the series …

Variation 1: this variation is not strictly a flow, but a bar that is made up of puzzle pieces. This series will also show up in the Segments Category.

Variation 2: this variation is a flow that is sized just like the other horizontal flows, but the segment separations are puzzle tabs and slots. The end segment has an arrow.

Key search words: puzzle flow, pieces of whole, horizontal


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Keywords: puzzle flow, pieces of whole, horizontal

Categories: Flows, Segments, Flows - Horizontal

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