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As you may know, assistive technology (AT) means any item, piece of equipment, software program, or product system that is used to enhance, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of persons with impairments. Basically, assistive technology allows people with disabilities to compensate for certain incapacities, by promoting independence and reducing the need for additional support. In education, assistive technology is used for students with disabilities to overcome barriers due to reading, attention, organizational, memory and the physical demands of the tasks related to the coursework. Examples of assistive technology instruments include screen readers, speech to text, spell checking and mind mapping. Mind mapping as assistive technology Mind mapping transforms monotonous information and details into colorful, interesting and extremely structured graphs that act in line with your brain’s natural way of…

Let’s start the week with some great news! We are so excited to announce the launching of our new website. We’ve been working on it for quite a while and we put all our efforts into rebuilding the design and content, to offer you the most complete guide for mind mapping with Mindomo. We focused on delivering you all the information you need at your fingertips and we developed specific pages for using mind maps, whether you intend to use them for personal reasons, for business and project management purposes or for academic goals. We would like to help you make a better choice, thus the pricing page is split into two categories, work/personal and education, allowing you to determine the type of account that is most suitable for your…

Experts estimate that our minds have between 60,000 – 80,000 thoughts a day. Our brains work like little factories and the synapses never cease to pass chemical or electrical signals to each other. In fact, this is the beauty of our amazing brain. Each thought generates another one and so on and by the time we reach a certain opinion, we begin to wonder how it all started. This is not another study made by some great scientists but a thing we’re all experiencing, almost on a daily basis. Sometimes we really want to keep track of every thought we have, so we don’t miss anything. Do you have any moments when you say to yourself ‘Oh, I had such a good idea in mind! I forgot it.. ‘ And…

We continue the series of improvements and bring you three new playful topic shapes, which you will find in the context menu of each topic. The cloud shape, useful when you feel inspired and want to mark down a great idea. The speech bubble shape, if you feel like giving a voice to your thoughts. The speech bubble outline shape – for whenever you have a brilliant view that needs to be shared. We hope you will find the new shapes entertaining and you will create enjoyable mind maps. Please give the new features a try and let us know what you think in the Comments section below. Keep it smart, simple and creative! The Mindomo Team

We’re excited to announce that our new and refreshed Share panel is now online. Our goal with this newly designed sharing functionality was to offer the easiest experience you can get when it comes to sharing your work with others. We hope you’ll find the new design to be uncluttered and more user-friendly. So, what’s new? The first change you’ll notice when you open the Share panel is that we included the password protection right there, in the top left side. Simply click on Password, then set a password for your map. By clicking on More you will get the link to Embed the map, use it as RSS or HTML, etc. Link sharing was simplified too, you have all the options in one page: you can make your mind…