ConceptDraw MINDMAP Professional 3.5
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Brainstorming, mind mapping and visual thinking
ConceptDraw MINDMAP is your personal assistant when discussing ideas, making decisions and planning projects. It enables you to present information in a simple, visual way by building trees of ideas or Mind Maps. Use ConceptDraw MINDMAP to organize brainstorming sessions, take notes, plan your work and make presentations.
Use it for:
o Front-end project planning;
o Generating any kinds of project ideas;
o Making effective business presentations;
o Illustrating books and documents;
o Writing articles and essays;
o Illustrating lectures.
Unique features of ConceptDraw MINDMAP:
o The only dedicated Mind Mapping software, that works on the Macintosh and Windows.
o Powerful built-in drawing tools.
o Creative freedom - you can make your maps look almost like hand-drawn.
o Project Managers and Teams
o Students and Educators
Macintosh and Windows versions are available for download
Use ConceptDraw MINDMAP for personal planning and note taking, team brainstorming and demonstrations to an audience. The Standard version offers versatile mind mapping and drawing tools, rich collection of pre-drawn shapes. Professional version supports extra file formats, multi-page documents, has extended capabilities for creating web sites and making presentations.
Key Features: Uses the world-famous Mind MappingŪ technique.
By combining words, special symbols, color and pictures, Mind Maps are very similar to the way we think. They are widely used where the communication counts.
The Brainstorming mode enables you to generate ideas quickly, or discuss them in a group. You jot down the ideas in a form of an outline and view the results immediately. The timer allows to time-limit the brainstorming session.
Outline view lets easily switch between the map and its textual description.
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