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.
Smartdraw Cloud, launched this week, is a fast, powerful tool for diagramming and many types of visual planning and communication. Usually, when a software developer releases a cloud version of its desktop software, it doesn’t contain all of the features and functionality of its predecessor. But that’s not the case with Smartdraw Cloud, which was […]
The new Thoughtflow app for iPad is a mind mapping tool with a difference: it is uniquely designed to trigger ideas and capture them. It does so via a simple but clever interface that is a joy to use.
The practice of mind mapping and the game of chess have much in common: Both use visual “artifacts” as instruments to tell us the relationship between the pieces.
During the last year, Google+, the search engine giant’s aggressive foray into social media, has grown quickly. Along with that, mind mappers, bloggers and software developers in the field of mind mapping software have set up pages on Google+. Here is a clickable mind map of the top people and companies on Google+.
Visual thinking is quickly growing in importance as a strategy for attacking difficult business problems. But what’s driving this need and why should you learn about it?
Linkedin has evolved into a popular platform for forming groups where professionals can ask questions, get answers and discuss topics and issues of mutual interest. Here are 7 worthwhile groups focused on mind mapping and visual thinking.
One of my goals as the publisher of the leading mind mapping software blog is to serve as an evangelist for this productivity- and creativity-enhancing technology. Here’s something new I’m doing to promote it to the world.
Mind mapping is an incredible team-building tool, according to a recent article by Judith Glaser on WomenEntrepreneur.com. Here are the points that impressed me about the author’s look at the softer side of collaboration and visual thinking.
If you have purchased an iPad and are using one or more mind mapping apps, please share your experiences and impressions so far.