ThinkBuzan would like to say a huge thank you to those who took part in our recent iMindMap competition. 1 out of 10 people who uploaded an iMindMap creation to Biggerplate.com were in with a chance of winning a free copy of iMindMap Ultimate.
Without further ado, the five winners of an iMindMap Ultimate licence are…
1. Majafrades with “Cálculo del IGP (Índice de Gravedad Potencial de Incendio Forestal)”
¡Muy bien! Our first winner created a Spanish Mind Map on how IGP is calculated. IGP is an index that measures the severity of wildfires. This Mind Map catches your attention with its use of bright colours and vibrant pictures. Click here to view this iMindMap.
2. Loicnoel1989 with “Map Vador”
This iMindMap highlights how diverse the software can be – By drawing branches in ‘Freehand’ mode, Loicnoel1989 was able to unleash his creativity and create this beautiful design. Click here to view this iMindMap.
3. Peterter with “fireworks dangers”
The black background in contrast with the neon colours makes this Mind Map jump out of your screen. The detailed pictures surrounding the central image display the information in a clear and visual way. Click here to view this iMindMap.
4. Motarot with “Wheat from the Chaff wip”
This iMindMap creation shows how you can display large quantities of information in a clear and coherent way. The Mind Map can be downloaded from here Click here to view this iMindMap.
5. 260170 with “Middle Ages”
Our final winner created a Mind Map in Dutch about the ‘Bisschoppen, graven en hertogen’ (bishops, counts and dukes) of the middle ages. By using iMindMap to create a family tree, the creator was able to use a range of colours and portraits in combination with colour coding the different areas that allow us to clearly see the different families and how they relate to each other. Click here to view this iMindMap.
Which iMindMap creation is your favourite? Share your comments below…