Use examples

Professional use:

  • where manual thinkingManual Thinking is a helpful tool for bringing organization, efficiency and creativity to the workplace. Visualize strategies, planning, processes and create active and effective reunions by visualizing the agenda and collecting inputs on the spot. Manual Thinking offers an easy and direct way for a team to share their thoughts and ideas without conflicts, giving value to work sessions by converting them to an organized overview of the subject. Therefore the tool is ideal for moderating a group, also because of its compatibility with various creativity methods. View examples and methods

Scholar use:

  • From primary to university, Manual Thinking is a great tool to help you organize your tasks and learn subjects. Plan homework and deadlines, share group projects or take notes at class on labels to arrange them afterwards in a structured way to fully understand the topic. While creating a map of a subject, working manual and visual helps to interiorize information that is being treated. View examples

Home use:

  • Manual Thinking can also help you get organized at home by visualizing to-do’s and upcoming events: Plan and share family tasks, weekly menus, travels and holidays…  View examples