I started using iMindMap in 2010 and this was one of the first maps I ever drafted on the activities of our company. It was updated with slightly revised content in 2011 to add an additional year of projects.
This infographic/concept map by Dott Cornwall shows the group's areas of study and interest. I like this graphic because it shows both facts and concepts, as well as great illustrations and a striking, yet simple layout.
You may not have know this. Now you do. Why don’t you print this map and hang it up somewhere conspicuous. The “novel design” as seen from the distance will make people walk over and look at what it says.
Mindly is designed with a new thinking framework, which make the link between the branches and the trunk like planets that circle around the sun, each concept gets its place in a natural and hierarchical structure.
Recognising Amazing Mind Maps Worldwide… The Mappy Awards June 2015 Blue Marble: Diversity In Animals by Daniel Tay Mad Mapper’s Muse: When Daniel Tay’s wonderful Blue Marble won our first ever Monthy Mappy Awards in the ‘Education’...
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