How to use graphic design to convey a professional image and clearly communicate your brand – featuring advice from brilliant mind mapper .
The world has become a very noisy place,with a fire hose of words and images competing for attention. To communicate your brand with impact and convey a professional image to the world, it makes a lot of sense to develop a distinctive design and branding for your mind maps.
One of the people who is doing that extremely well today is Roger C. Parker. when I noticed that his recent mind maps feature an attractive red and gray central topic that includes his name, naturally I was intrigued at this new direction.
It’s an excellent-looking brand for him, which conveys a professional, distinctive image. So I contacted Roger for an e-mail interview to learn more about the whys and hows of branding mind maps.
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