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That’s the main if not only importance of UML diagrams in software development. Ideally what happens is that the people who talk to the customer and get the requirements are not the ones that end up writing the code for the software that needs to get built. Therefore, when all that needs to be built is put in a diagrammatic form (in this case UML) is serves as a way to easily communicate what needs to be done. Even if the software is to be written by the person or people who speak with the customer, having it documented in UML for instance makes it easier to remember what needs to be done at a later time. It also frees up one’s mind as (almost) everything is already written/drawn.