Published on Friday, August 22, 2014
Whether you are experienced at mind mapping or just starting out; whether you use them occasionally for project meetings or for a range of diagramming needs, you can personalize your mind maps to get them looking just right. Here are some of the features you can use to make your mind maps really stand out.
1. Use colors
Color can add meaning. Red symbolises things that might be a problem. Green symbolises features that you definitely want to include. Blue represents features that have already been delivered… you get the picture. You can create a ‘colour index’ for your project so that everyone understands the options and can ‘read’ the colours at a glance.
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