It’s time to push the boundaries.
It’s time to get creative, and let our thoughts wander into the possibilities.
In Part 1, we covered the bugs in MindManager.
Part 2 suggested several usability improvements.
This article is dedicated to thinking beyond the next version of MindManager.
My purpose here, again, is to contribute to your team. I want to share my vision for MindManager, which I use daily for my own needs and those of my clients through visual facilitation. I have gained a fair amount of experience with your software over the years, and it’s my way of giving back.
Take what is useful, and discard the rest. I have no expectations whatsoever, other than perhaps initiating a conversation within your company as to what will go into the next versions of MindManager.
Let’s get started with the small changes, keeping the bigger ideas for the end.