Software software is a powerful tool for today's knowledge workers, a versatile platform for business plan and development. Because of its internal scalability – how it encapsulates information and ideas so that they can work with them, annotated and rearranged – nothing can equally create visual maps when it comes to sharing ideas and building solidarity with them.
But like most types of software productivity, software production is a dual sword. It's as easy to use to cover ideas and confuse others. What's worse, poorly crafted video cards can open a left-brained person and completely ignore the idea of representing information and ideas visually.
To ensure that your heart cards do not match this category, here are ten mistakes you should avoid when making a card to create a card for your work:
1. Do not contain too much detail in your mind maps. It's too easy to create content with unnecessary detail that tends to create visual "clutter" and can be confusing with others if you share your maps with them.
2. Do not be arbitrary when using color, shape, line style, and other views on your map. Each of these can help to convey increased meaning or context, if used consistently and systematically. Used arbitrarily, they can cause confusion.
3. Avoid using too much text in your content. Use specific keywords to draw viewers in the flow of the map. Keep your names short – 1 to 3 words maximum. If you want to add detail, use the "note" application to save that information. This will keep it out of sight, reduce visual clutter, but continue with just one click away.
4. Do not ignore the icon or icons for the application. They can be used to help visually classify the page's content and are very useful when you want to filter the contents of large maps.
5. Avoid overuse of visual mapping. As a matter of fact, software software can be reminded of a logical three, even by using it to create a shopping list.
6. Do not create one big card with it, as it will soon become unmanageable. Instead, use the ability of the application to create submarine – multilayer linked cards, which are both easier to understand and work.
7. Do not just create text-based mind maps. To get the biggest benefit from visual mapping, be sure to include photos in your maps that help them appeal to both sides of the brain.
8. Avoid "short loose." Audience can be a surprise when viewing a complex video card and experiencing a "mapleader." Consider presenting information in both mapped and linear format to avoid overwhelming audience.
9. Avoid traditional wisdom that mapping is simply about inspiration and creativity. It's really so much more. It's a powerful tool for managing information too much, developing and executing tasks, making better decisions and having many other benefits of your business!
10. Avoid reinventing the bike. Look online and in books for best practice and methods.
Source by Chuck Frey