One of the big challenges nearly every developer of mind mapping software has faced during the last decade is selecting a unified platform that enable it to create one set of code that can be deployed across all computing platforms – desktop, mobile and web. Most recently, XMind has reached this plateau. Its answer to […]
Creativity, productivity and making sense of complex business issues get a significant boost from visual mapping. It also gives its users a remarkable competitive edge, according to the results of the 2017 Mind Mapping Software Trends Survey. Here are just a few highlights of the survey’s key findings: Productivity increase from mind mapping software: On […]
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Mind maps recently added an intriguing new element to the TEDxBristol event in the UK, thanks to Mind Doodle, a web-based mind mapping tool.
InfoSeg S.A. is using IBM Watson NLU, a powerful AI engine, to semantically analyze large amounts of text and parse it into mind maps. This application shows what’s possible by combining data with mind maps.
MindManager 2018 for Windows, released this week by Corel, is the biggest leap forward in features and functionality for this mind mapping, diagramming and project management program in many years.
I recently interviewed the founders of Webjets, a new web-based visual collaboration tool, to learn more about its origin story, the needs it’s designed to fill and what makes it unique compared to other visual collaboration tools. What I found is a well thought-out roadmap for this platform.
From time to time, I love to create whimsical mind maps. My latest creation summarizes 50 fabricated quotes, written from the point of view of famous people – historical figures, actors and their best-loved lines – all warped to answer the timeless mystery: “Why did the chicken cross the road?” These funny “quotes” were gathered […]
Please participate in my new 2017 Mind Mapping Software Trends survey. It’s an important barometer of the current state of work and how this type of software enables and enhances your work.
Two years ago, Jason Barron decided to go back to college to get a Masters in Business Administration (MBA). But he did something unique: He drew sketchnotes to maximize his knowledge retention and understanding.