When Novamind was sold in August, I shared the announcement from the perspective of founder Gideon King. Now, I have completed an interview with its new owner, Patrick Klug, who shares his perspectives on what’s next for this innovative mind mapping software program. The program appears to be in good hands.
Post-acquisition by Corel, MindManager is not only alive and well, but is appears to thriving under its new ownership. MindManager 2017 debuts with a wealth of new productivity enhancing features and fixes for many of the weaknesses of earlier versions.
Tweet Share2 Share25 Pin Buffer +12 XMind Ltd. recently launched version 7.5 of its popular mind mapping software program and a companion web-based tool called XMind Cloud. XMind 7.5 enables you to save mind maps directly to XMind Cloud and to open maps from your online account. It also features new social media integration, integration with […]
This mind map template contains 8 thought-provoking questions that you can use to help you with personal problem-solving – better defining problems and then brainstorming solutions for them.
After nearly a year of cryptic updates and delays, NovaMind announced on August 13 that it has been sold to a former employee, who intends to continue development of the desktop versions of the innovative mind mapping software program.
Corel CEO Patrick Nichols sees a bright future ahead for MindManager, which it acquired from Spigit/Mindjet on August 8, 2016. Its future may be as a platform for mind maps and other forms of visualizing of structured information.
Like most tools, mind mapping software is only as good as the skill of the person using it. Here are 6 practices you can usevnow to dramatically improve the effectiveness of your mind maps.
In recent years, blogger, book author and avid mind mapper Roger C. Parker has developed a strong, professional-looking brand for his mind maps. I recently interviewed him to learn how he developed their distinctive look and feel.
Diagramming software has evolved to the point where it serves as a powerful “visual content engine,” enabling its users to express their ideas like never before.
Concept mapping is well-known as a tool for expressing knowledge. But how is it used in business?