Think forward 10 years. What do you think is possible in your home and work life? Then please share your creative ideas in the public mind map that’s contained in this blog post.
Visual brainstorming and collaboration applications are wonderful tools for distributed teams to ideate and develop ideas. But a recent review of developer websites shows that customers are using these tools for far more than just noodling new ideas and solutions.
If you wanted to create a website review checklist, a mind map probably wouldn’t be the first format that comes to mind. But for Gill Andrews, a web consultant for small businesses and solopreneurs, it represents an elegant tool to help bloggers and website owners to tackle this huge project in an orderly way.
In January, Scottish software developer MindGenius launched Barvas, an ambitious web-based platform designed around the needs of ad hoc project managers. I recently caught up with CEO Ashley Marron and founder Donald Maciver to learn more about the thinking behind Barvas and what this means to the future direction of the company. Chuck Frey: What’s changing in […]
Payman Taei, the founder of Visme, is the host of a new video series called Make Information Beautiful that aims to educate the average user on the principles of effective design.
Have you ever been stumped by a creative challenge? Maybe you just need to look at it from a new, creative perspective with this simple mind map.
If you use mind mapping software to capture ideas from individual or team brainstorming sessions, you need to look for a program that supports emergent structure – one that enables you to hold off on structuring your ideas as long as possible. XMind 8 and ConceptDraw MINDMAP 9 are two programs that support this flexible model of brainstorming.
On the heels of its announcement of the desktop version of MindManager 2017 three months ago, Corel announced a series of major improvements to MindManager Enterprise 2017. It includes a significant expansion of its HTML 5 map viewer, tighter integration with Sharepoint and the return of Map Parts.
Earlier this year, I discovered Mathias Jakobsen, his Think Clearly website and his clever Clarity Cards deck. Since then, I’ve become quite intrigued by his unique approach to visual thinking,
My new Diagramming Software Look Book presents illustrated examples of 25 popular business diagrams, explains how each one is used in business and provides links where you can learn more.