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Are you missing a puzzle piece? Finding the right pieces.

I love puzzles and I love mindmaps. How in the world are they connected?

I use mindmapping to collect and organize thoughts. It’s about the visual representation that excites me and when it’s visual I remember more than just when it’s the written word. 745 more words


Study With Soph - Q&A | Notes, Revision, Subjects and More

Hello everyone!

Today I’ve decided to do a study/school themed Q&A as I’ve asked for questions on twitter and instagram and lots of you had some for me, so what better way to answer them than in a post. 547 more words


Study With Soph | Two Ways to Mindmap - How to Effectively Learn Content Through Mindmaps

I love mindmapping, it’s probably one of my favourite revision techniques  because it’s really versatile and you can use it for a number of things.  I love to use mind maps mostly for history, science and English literature (I do mindmaps on all the characters and themes of a novel) due to the sheer amount of content you have to learn; mindmaps are an excellent way to get down lots of information in a concise and easy to view format.  718 more words


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braille was one of my early sketchbook ideas, the first concept I thought when thinking about designing for the visually impaired. In my mind maps, ideas popped up that could be developed at a later date (for an example image below) 157 more words

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This is a mindmap on osteoporosis that I created. It provides a quick review of the pathogenesis, classification, workup, and treatment of osteoporosis. If you have any suggestions on making it better please put down it down in the comments below. 13 more words



I made my first mindmap in about a year yesterday. It was for a maths class I’m taking. If you’ve been reading here for a while, it should come as no surprise to you that I am very bad at maths. 266 more words