The newest mind 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 visual maps for planning – but some of its design elements could be improved to make it more understandable. In particular, its use of topic boundaries leaves something to be desired, and some of the images it contains are a bit ambiguous.
In this report, we’ll analyze what this mind map does well, how it could be improved – and how you can apply these lessons to your own visual maps.
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