There is a lot of mileage in naming K2 blackpearl artefacts appropriately and correctly. One benefit is the ease of understanding what the role is of a K2 blackpearl process by looking at its underlying K2 blackpearl activities and K2 blackpearl events.
There seems to be several ways that are used by K2 blackpearl developers to name K2 blackpearl processes, activities and events. A few I’ve encountered since I stated in 2000 working with K2 blackpearl in ascending order of good practice are:
Throughout the years I have created hundreds of K2 blackpearl processes and although the design of most of these were unique, there are two particular design patterns that stands out when creating new processes in K2 blackpearl. These are waterfall or swimlane.
A waterfall tend to start at the top of the design canvas and moves downwards flaring outwards like a waterfall. A swimlane process starts from the left of the design canvas and stretch to the right and can continue on a new lane when desired. Each new line represents a new lane.