An innovative new presentation format called a slidedoc is an excellent tool for sharing mind maps in a more meaningful way. A hybrid of an e-book and a presentation, it breaks ideas into bite-sized chunks and uses a heavy emphasis on visual content, supplemented by text and typography, to tell a concise, compelling story.
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An innovative developer in the LinkedIn Evernote group has announced a new beta web application called CardDesk that enables you to drag and drop your Evernote notes onto a canvas or workspace and display them in relation to each other.
Incorporating visual communication techniques in your marketing and social media efforts can significantly increase their effectiveness. Here are four valuable tips for crafting high-impact visual marketing campaigns.
Visual social media is hot right now. Here is a helpful mind map of 7 experts you should follow on Google Plus.
Visionaries have a highly-trained “mind’s eye” – the ability to imagine ideas and concepts as rich visual mental images. I believe mind mapping software acts an “amplifier” for the mind’s eye by making your ideas tangible so you can further develop and share them.
In her new book, The Visual Marketing Revolution: 26 Rules to Help Social Media Marketers Connect the Dots, author Stephanie Diamond provides an essential guidebook to the myriad of ways in which visual thinking can enhance your marketing and social media efforts
When you’re creating visual diagrams and infographics, it makes a lot of sense to cultivate a “signature” style that is recognizable anywhere. That’s exactly what Gerry Moran has done with his informative “blueprint” infographics.
Evernote is a powerful place to capture all of your visual thinking, thanks to a growing number of desktop and mobile apps that integrate with it.
I recently had an opportunity to interview Jenz Johnson, author of the awesome new book, Mobo Brain: A Guide to Mobile Brainpower. It outlines some simple but powerful methods that anyone can use to transform their smartphones and tablets into a powerful second brain.
Graphic facilitation – drawing out a challenge, situation or process on a whiteboard with simple shapes – is a powerful tool to help teams get things done. Here are 20 powerful business uses of it.