What if your visual note-taking app could “dream” about your ideas, curating and connecting them when you’re away from it? Napkin does it. In this interview, cofounder David Felsman explains how.
A recording of my comprehensive overview of 7 types of visual thinking tools is now available – along with a new map of resources I mentioned. It’s available to Mind Mapping Insider members.
Here are 7 ways people are using visual note-taking tools to capture, organize and understand their ideas, information and knowledge.
My new report, The Ultimate Guide to Visual Note-Taking Tools, is the first-ever comprehensive guide to this new type of tool. Get it now!
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.
During the last several years, a new genre of visual note-taking tools has emerged. Here’s what makes them unique and valuable – and three applications for your consideration.
The Sketchbook Handbook: The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking by Mike Rohde was launched last week. This terrific new book is an essential guide to this relatively new branch of visual thinking.