Mind mapping software can be a powerful tool to help you to generate killer ideas for your next project. Here are 4 powerful ideation techniques you can use.
Archives for May 2011
From time to time I come across mind maps that expand my understanding of how they can be used. A case in point is this Facebook history mind map.
IdeaMapper is a promising mind mapping app for the iPad that offers a unique interface that replicates the process of creating a mind map on a white board – complete with colored markers and a dry eraser!
If you’re thinking about investing in mind mapping software, but all you’ve seen are relatively plain looking visual maps that only contain words and pictures, you’re NOT getting the full story. In this video, I show you what you’ve been missing!
This is one of the best mind maps I have seen in a long time. In this new Effective Mind Maps report, I explain how to recreate and customize it to your needs.
Attention entrepreneurs and small businesses owners: I want to know how you’re using mind mapping software to grow and innovate.
BiggerPlate.com, the leading mind map gallery for MindManager mind maps, recently expanded its library to include maps created in iMindMap. Here’s what’s significant about that move.
The newest visual map to be featured in the Effective Mind Maps series is a mixed bag: It does a nice job of explaining its topic – how to use mind maps for planning – but some of its design elements could be improved to make it more understandable.
I’m pleased to announce a new introductory pricing model for the Mind Mapping Insider membership program, which will make it even easier for you to try it out.
Topics covered in the April 2011 mind mapping coaching call include mind mapping software for the Mac, and best practices and pitfalls when using MindManager for presentations.