Popular visual collaboration tool RealtimeBoard recently rebranded to Miro. In this interview, a company executive discusses the changes to its application, the evolution of remote work and how teams brainstorm, prioritize and execute work today.
I recently interviewed Holger Nils Pohl about the need for visual clarity in business. Here are some of his thought-provoking views about this key topic.
PowerPoint, Microsoft’s ubiquitous presentation software, had an absolute lock on the world of computer-based slide decks for many years. But one developer, Visme, is out to reinvent the process of creating, sharing and managing your thoughts visually.
Here’s how powerful web-based visual collaboration tools help remote teams brainstorm, collaborate and work more efficiently.
Doug O’Neill, in his Verbal to Visual Blog, describes visual thinking as a new language that genius can use to express itself. He says that since he began sketchnoting, he believes he has become more creative. Here, I riff on his deep thoughts.
I recently interviewed the founders of Webjets, a new web-based visual collaboration tool, to learn more about its origin story, the needs it’s designed to fill and what makes it unique compared to other visual collaboration tools. What I found is a well thought-out roadmap for this platform.
Two years ago, Jason Barron decided to go back to college to get a Masters in Business Administration (MBA). But he did something unique: He drew sketchnotes to maximize his knowledge retention and understanding.
Technology has caused numerous changes in the ways we live and work. The same is true in the world of project management, according to Donald Maciver.
Visual brainstorming and collaboration applications are wonderful tools for distributed teams to ideate and develop ideas. But a recent review of developer websites shows that customers are using these tools for far more than just noodling new ideas and solutions.
Earlier this year, I discovered Mathias Jakobsen, his Think Clearly website and his clever Clarity Cards deck. Since then, I’ve become quite intrigued by his unique approach to visual thinking,