Index Cards & Mind Mapping to Organize a Presentation

I’m in the process of developing an online visual explanation SlideShare presentation about plastic water bottles and ocean pollution for my blog SaveTheOcean (and to share with other Ocean advocacy organizations). I’ve liked both Cliff Atkinson’s...

Web Trend Map 4 Release

Every visual thinking blogger in the blogosphere is going to be blogging about it, but it’s just so damn cool that I have to do it too. Information Architects have just released their Web Trend Map 4. Popular domains on the Web are mapped to the Tokyo Metro and...

Sixth Sense Visual Thinking

At the recent TED conference, Pattie Maes presented Sixth Sense, a wearable device that projects images on the users’ environment, opening some really cool possibilities for data interaction with real life objects. Lots of people are comparing it to Minority...

VizWear

Tony Karrer’s comment in my last blog post about doing a T-shirt for the upcoming VizThink conference was a great idea. Tony’s suggestion was to do a T-shirt with my mind map from the previous post that shows what my visual thinking interests are. Great...

Slide:ology

I just finished Nancy Duarte’s book, Slide:ology. I’ve recently become interested in presentation development, not because I give many presentations anymore, but primarily because I think presentations shared online through services like Slideshare have...

Visual Thinking & Ideas V3

More good feedback from people on this on the VizThink forum. Through discussion on that forum, I realized I’d blundered. The original graphic I did was just trying to show the difference between getting ideas out of people’s head vs getting ideas into...

Back of the Napkin Digital Mind Map

After creating a hand sketched Back of the Napkin mind map awhile back, I wanted to create it in a digital format that I could easily refer to. Dan Roam recently made some of his tools downloadable on his website, so I decided to create a Flash-based mind map with...