The field of visual thinking tools has exploded during the last decade. With so many choices, it’s hard to decide what type of tool is the best fit for your needs. Remember the Visual Thinking Tools Roadmap I published earlier this year? It contained over 100 tools – crazy, right? A solution for the confusion […]
Graphics giant Canva recently added whiteboarding to its already extensive toolset. Is this a good thing? Maybe. Maybe not. Here’s my review.
xTiles is a new visual note-taking tool that provides a flexible workspace for organizing notes, links, images and other content visually. Here is an interview with its founder, who explains the thinking behind it.
Visual writing tools are a specialized type of note-taking application that provide a more modular approach to capture your thoughts and organize them into cohesive writing. Here is a brief overview of three of them.
I recently interviewed executives from MURAL and LUMA to learn about the thinking behind MURAL’s acquisition of this collaboration think tank – and what it says about the state of enterprise collaboration today.
Napkin combines the best elements of mind mapping, visual thinking and note-taking in an idea-friendly environment.
Scrintal is a remarkable personal knowledge management tool that combines the power of mind mapping with networked note-taking. It’s ideal for researchers, writers and anyone who needs to manage projects or knowledge visually. It offers some innovative unique functionality that really impressed me – and that’s not easy! Here’s what’s notable about Scrintal and how […]
Creately, a web-based diagramming tool, recently unveiled a significant update that changes the game for this genre of visual productivity applications. It now incorporates a database into its workspaces, views and diagrams. Here’s what that makes possible.
MeisterNote is a new collaborative documentation tool from Meister Labs that solves some important problems. Here’s a closer look at the thinking behind it.
mymind is a new visual thinking tool that enables you to simply and easily capture research, ideas and information in a bare-bones canvas. It then uses AI to classify what you’ve curated for you. It acts as an extension of your brain.