A Tool Prototype for Free-Form Sketching and Flexible Modeling

If you have a mobile or tablet device running Android 3.0 or newer, you can try out FlexiSketch for free! Choose one of the two options below. If you only have a PC/Mac, see the second option. You can learn more about the theory behind FlexiSketch here.

—— Early but stable prototype ——

The prototype is available on Google Play under this link. (Alternatively, just enter "FlexiSketch" as search term on Google Play.)

—— More recent, work-in-progress prototype ——

You can find the FlexiSketch version that was demonstrated at ICSE 2015 and presented at RE'15 at this link. Important: this is a work in progress prototype, use at your own risk! This version has more features and includes a collaboration mode (collaboration mode needs a PC/Mac with Java installed, in addition to Android devices). The PC/Mac version does not include all features.

FlexiSketch TEAM Demo - ICSE Video (4:59)

This is the award-winning ICSE video of the newest FlexiSketch version, including collaboration with multiple tablets and an electronic whiteboard.

You can also watch the video on YouTube

Teaser Video (0:30)

A short video of the first FlexiSketch prototype.

You can also watch the video on YouTube or download it.

Introductory Video (6:00)

A video showing the features of the first FlexiSketch prototype.

You can also watch the video on YouTube.

The description for the use case example shown in the video can be found here:

Bowling Scoring System Description (PDF, 38 KB)


A screenshot of FlexiSketch

About FlexiSketch

Advisors: Dustin Wüest, Dr. Norbert Seyff, Prof. Dr. Martin Glinz

Development Head: Dustin Wüest

Development: Patrick Aeschbacher, Muhamed Ahmetovic, Sven Brunner, Stefan Bublitz, Markus Cadonau, Rita Forster, Fabian Gautschi, Sebastian Golaszewski, Thavorith Hean, Sönke Klüss, Oliver Lang, Manuel Martin, Milena Perelygina, Yulia Schmitt, Samuel von Stachelski, Tim Sterchi, Dario Todaro, Sacha Uhlmann, Marcel Weber, Kevin Wieser, Daniel Würsch, Gabriel Zimmerli, Mengia Zollinger

Design: Initial prototype: Denise Rieser, Dominik Golaszewski / 2015 prototype: Tim Sterchi / 2016 prototype: Sven Brunner, Stefan Bublitz, Sacha Uhlmann