ConceptDraw DIAGRAM 12 is without a doubt the most powerful, comprehensive diagramming program I have ever seen. Descended from the ConceptDraw vector illustration program, it boasts some unique capabilities that are worth a deeper look.
Mac users of MindManager, rejoice! Corel has committed to closing the gap between new versions of MindManager for Windows and Mac. Last month, the company launched MindManager 11 for Mac – which brings it to parity with the Windows version in record time.
My new Diagramming Software Look Book presents illustrated examples of 25 popular business diagrams, explains how each one is used in business and provides links where you can learn more.
Mindjet has released MindManager 2016 for Windows, the most significant update to its popular mind mapping program in many years. Most notable in this major update: Diagramming, concept mapping and mind mapping are now integrated in a single application, while maintaining the full power of MindManager’s linking, filtering and calculation tools.
Evernote is a powerful place to capture all of your visual thinking, thanks to a growing number of desktop and mobile apps that integrate with it.
Want to show a sense of purpose or direction in your mind maps? Then consider creating a “compass map” like this one, inspired by a new nutritional information program launched by global food giant Nestlé.
To help readers of The Impact Equation to assess their current level of progress, I created a helpful “radar chart” diagram.
In this new Insider report, I share 12 innovative business diagramming uses I’ve discovered for SmartDraw’s flow chart tool set. I’ll show you what’s possible, and explain how to create each type of diagram.
Nancy Duarte, visual thinking book author and consultant, earlier this week launched Diagrammer, a searchable database of 4,000 business diagram templates that you can purchase and download for only 99 cents each.
What if you had a way to envision really big goals for 2012 that would help you to get much closer to your ideal future? Here’s a simple, two-step visual method that will help you to get there.