I recently conducted an experiment with visual collaboration tool Miro to see if I could use it to recreate popular brainstorming techniques. The results turned out better than I could have imagined. In this post, I share 8 tools I created using Miro’s flexible toolset.
visual collaboration pioneer Mural, which recently added collaborative mind mapping and diagramming tools to its popular platform. Here’s the thinking behind them, and how they’re enabling remote work.
Mind mapping software can help you sidestep many common book writing challenges. It can enable you to organize and manage every step of your book writing project. Here’s how.
Are you looking for a simple way to streamline and improve the effectiveness of your book planning, writing and promotion processes? Mind mapping software can help. My new ebook explains how, with over 20 mind maps and examples.
I recently interviewed executives from SmartDraw about the new era of connected diagramming it’s helping to create with its growing family of integrations. This new direction includes auto-generation of diagrams from Active Directory and AWS data, creating diagrams from within Confluence and sharing them easily with others.
Coppice is a new visual thinking tool that combines elements of a note-taking app, a wiki and a mind map – especially useful for writing and knowledge management. Developer Martin Pilkington gives us a fascinating inside look at it.
LinkFacts is an intriguing semantic mapping tool that’s designed to organize large quantities of information. I recently interviewed its developer to learn about the thinking behind it.
Visual writing tool Speare makes it easy to brainstorm using divergent and convergent thinking tevhniques. This new video shows how.
What if the tools you use enabled you to open up the mental equivalent of a passing lane to help you sidestep writer’s block and capture new lines of thinking – without losing momentum on your main project?
Biggerplate.com recently launched Collections, which allows users to save useful or interesting mind maps and webinars into curated lists. I recently interviewed Liam Hughes to learn more about this new feature.