Archive for February 2012

Visual planning of web sites – Slickplan

Feb 28th, 2012 | By
Visual planning of web sites – Slickplan

Slickplan helps you plan visual maps for websites, and makes images, PDFs and links to send to website owners for discussion during the design stages.  It’s easy to use.  There’s an example here, based on a small part of the the Mind-Mapping.Org website. This is a free, online web app, based in your browser, so there’s nothing to download or install. I see no way of making flowcharts with this, despite
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Visual note taking

Feb 27th, 2012 | By
Visual note taking

From Japan, but working in English, iroha Note takes a textual approach to visualization – or a visual approach to text notes (take your pick).

Its free version feels rather like clustering with Post-it notes, but adds the capability to freely associate notes using visible but subtle linking lines. In an optional box on the left, an outline appears to show the macro-level structure.

The paid-for version, iroha Note+, adds the capability to freely associate notes using visible Continue reading…