The iPad Pro, with its high-resolution screen, and the Apple Pencil are a digital sketchnoting match made in heaven. So says sketchnoting guru Mike Rohde.
Have you ever wished for a mind mapping application that can help you plan and execute your writing faster? WriteMapper can help, with it’s no-nonsense design, practical features and support for multiple document formats – including markdown.
Mind Map AR is a new augmented reality (AR) mind mapping application, available for Android smart phones and iPhones in the near future. It displays topics and their connections in 3D, displayed over the top of your camera’s view. I recently interviewed the developer to learn more about this fascinating new smartphone application.
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.
If you wanted to create a website review checklist, a mind map probably wouldn’t be the first format that comes to mind. But for Gill Andrews, a web consultant for small businesses and solopreneurs, it represents an elegant tool to help bloggers and website owners to tackle this huge project in an orderly way.
In January, Scottish software developer MindGenius launched Barvas, an ambitious web-based platform designed around the needs of ad hoc project managers. I recently caught up with CEO Ashley Marron and founder Donald Maciver to learn more about the thinking behind Barvas and what this means to the future direction of the company. Chuck Frey: What’s changing in […]
When Novamind was sold in August, I shared the announcement from the perspective of founder Gideon King. Now, I have completed an interview with its new owner, Patrick Klug, who shares his perspectives on what’s next for this innovative mind mapping software program. The program appears to be in good hands.
Concept mapping is well-known as a tool for expressing knowledge. But how is it used in business?
In recent years, visual project management has emerged as a set of tools and techniques that help project managers to make sense of and manage large, complex projects more effectively. Paul R. Williams, PMP has written a new book entitled Visual Project Management that can help us better understand what they are and when and where to employ them when managing projects. I recently interviewed him to learn more about these tools, techniques and visual frameworks, and why they work so well.