Giveaway: 10 Subscriptions to Mindomo (Mind-Mapping App)

Jan 18 2012 by Jacob Gube | 62 Comments

Giveaway: 10 Subscriptions to Mindomo (Mind-Mapping App)

Mindomo, a mind mapping application for brainstorming,  has teamed up with us to give out 10 Premium Account subscriptions for one year (worth $65 each). Read on to see how you can win this awesome prize.

** Update: Giveaway Period Has Ended **

About Mindomo

Mindomo is a simple mind mapping application, which can be used individually or in group for creative idea generation, gathering project requirements, building quick site-maps and simple project management.

A designer’s mind map created by Mindomo.

Mindomo allows easy development of a design concept or idea. When you start a web design project, you need to analyze the requirements from your clients, then you need to come up with a proposal which contains proposed solution, terms of agreement, financial points a simple site map and required resources.

Mindomo allows to handle all these intuitively, and when you are done, you can quickly present the whole project settings with Mindomo’s unique Presentation mode.

Mindomo’s Presentation mode.

Some of the things you can do with Mindomo:

  • Work on mind maps simultaneously with your clients
  • Create full detail sitemaps
  • Comment or vote on topics to evaluate
  • Show your work to clients with no login required
  • Drag and drop pictures

Try Mindomo for Free!

Mindomo has a free account with a limited number of maps so you can evaluate their tool.

Signup now and start using mind maps for your projects.

** Update: Giveaway Period Has Ended **

How to Win

For a chance to win, simply answer the following question in the comments:

  • How would you use your subscription to Mindomo if you won?

This giveaway ends on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 after which the comments section on this post will be closed and you will no longer be able to leave a comment. Please leave a valid email address when filling out the comment form so that we can contact you if you have won. Please only comment once. The winners will be randomly selected using a similar method as previous Six Revisions giveaways. The winners will be announced on a separate post. You are advised to subscribe to our RSS feed so that you can be quickly notified when the winners announcement post has been published. Please note that comments are moderated and so your comment may not show up right away. Please note that comments that do not follow the instructions on how to win (described above) may not be published, or may be removed later on.

About the Author

Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and also a book author. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter: @sixrevisions.

62 Comments

Coen

January 18th, 2012

There is only one good answer to that; I would ditch all the programs I normaly use to do this kind of stuff and start using Mindomo because it gives me the statisfaction what I’am looking for. Besides that real good work on Mindomo!

Coen.

Niki Lin

January 18th, 2012

I will use it to mindmap ideas for winning future Six Revision giveaways, ultimately winning them all!

Wojciech Korsak

January 18th, 2012

Hello,
1st of all, as an experienced visual mapper, I think the solution to be very interesting. Especially that it is a real-time solution. That’s why, I would use it to drive my consulting projects in management area. It would be excellent to manage all important topics, documents, links to see BIG picture of the project. In my opinion, it is great way to show linear-thinkers, that there is another (visual) highway to success.
all the best from Poland

Stewart

January 18th, 2012

I would use this software to help my organisation plan and implement new products and websites. Currently I do it all on paper. Paper! Like its the early 1990′s.

Shevonne

January 18th, 2012

I would use MindMomo to plan my fundraising events and online social media campaigns for my non-profit organization.

Guenichon

January 18th, 2012

I would love to use it when brainstorming on project ideas… or to create a global overview of a project.

Brinton

January 18th, 2012

After stumbling onto this mapping application just today, I have already shared it with peers and co workers. It appears this is the perfect medium for assembling software architecture or planning development strategies.

Mindomo appears to be extremely flexible, I look forward to using this tool.

Justi

January 18th, 2012

If I win, I’m gonna use Mindomo to plan my selfdevelopment. It’ll help me list every discipline or knowledge area in which I want to go deeper. I believe such creative minmaps are a great motivation to start doing sth, to make things happen.

border line

January 18th, 2012

i would use it to mindmap/brainstorm for a book i’m writing. could be useful to save some trees and place in the trashcan…

Mike

January 18th, 2012

Hi!

I’d use Mindomo for better planning the new awesom personal launch assistant. It’ll be the perfect tool for making the new concepts for the still missing modules.

With this subscription, we could cross-user ideally brainstorm across the table / office / city.

Thanks in advance for considering my comment :-)

Mike

Matthew Johnson

January 18th, 2012

I would love to win this! I believe it will greatly help my growing graphic design business.

Rick

January 18th, 2012

Mindomo looks excellent! I could see using this for our team to collaborate on existing and upcoming projects.

ho

January 18th, 2012

As a teacher, I would use Mindomo to teach students creative thinking and how to use mind maps in their project presentations. I would use Mindomo myself when I write teaching proposals, because mind maps can graphically integrate my ideas!

Brock Cline

January 18th, 2012

Our company is currently increasing the number of web design projects that we take on and I would use the Mindomo subscription to synthesize our client’s idea of their site with our own idea of it. Having a tool that allows real-time collaboration would be invaluable and would vastly improve our productivity.

Gray

January 18th, 2012

I’d love to use Mindomo for collaborate storyboarding and visualization exercises with clients, team members, and stakeholders. Looks great!

Colleen C

January 18th, 2012

I have some writing that I need to do this year, and I think this would be useful for that, as well as for product design, which I also have on the agenda for this year.

Thanks!

Tomas

January 18th, 2012

I’d use it for my personal and commercial projects.

Mike Averto

January 18th, 2012

I would use Mindomo to try and organize some of my thoughts on project management. It looks like a unique way to visualize the project vs a traditional gantt chart.

Tony Gines

January 18th, 2012

It looks to be one of the better mind-mapping apps out there. I would surely love to try it out restriction-free for a year. Thanks!

Gabriele (Over The Haze)

January 18th, 2012

I would love to use it for most of my projects.

Brad

January 18th, 2012

I’d use it to visualize my various project roadmaps, providing a clear view of the things I want to achieve.

Angelo

January 18th, 2012

great tool!!!!! i ll use it for sure..thanks

Pavel Gerega

January 18th, 2012

As a web designer if I would win Mindomo, I would use it to create mind maps and site maps.

Lewis Sellers

January 18th, 2012

Mindomo looks awesome! I’ve been trying to find a piece of software that does this and actually looks nice. I have literally hundreds of ideas floating around in my head and I usually just use pen and paper. Though, using something like this would definitely lay the ideas out better, allow me to improve things further and hopefully improve my productivity / creativity! Hoping I’ll win a sub!

anthony

January 18th, 2012

I would, and do use it every do to map out the ui framework my team is creating for our SaaS app. It is a vital part of our process and the maps are great resources for our developers to reference when implementing our UI features.

Fitryan

January 18th, 2012

During this time I am having trouble going to do a project. Moreover, in making a concept takes a long time. The problem has not finish yet because of difficulties also come at the time showing a concept to clients. No media that interactive and easier for me to demonstrate the concept that they need. I wish by using Mindomo all my problems could be resolved. And I’m sure of it.

Victor Foster

January 18th, 2012

I would use Mindomo to collaborate on new startup business ideas with other fellow designers and developers.

Mahendra

January 18th, 2012

Mindomo will make my project discussion more easier and interesting as something new and exciting features are available.

S. Sharma

January 19th, 2012

From My Side It’s a Great Opportunity For Everyone ( including me ). so let’s try luck.

Jerome

January 19th, 2012

I would use my subscription for testing the production and compare it with the leaders Mindmeister, freemind …

Fabiola

January 19th, 2012

Is it possible that Spain could win a subscription? Technosite is a company that works for the web accessibility. I would like to test Mondomo!

Craig Walsh

January 19th, 2012

Aside from use in my day to day work creating e-learning I would use for two very important things:
1. Prepare for the Zombie Apocalypse
2. Help everyone else to get ready when the robot overlords come.

Vinayak

January 19th, 2012

I would use Mindomo to plan and write my non-fiction book. I think that mindmaps are the best way to organize thoughts around the different aspects of any complex subject. Mindomo looks like a brilliant tool to do this.

Marin George

January 19th, 2012

I would use Mindomo to try and organize ME,are one of the most disorganized person:)

Sumon @ WPCypher

January 19th, 2012

I will use their service to let me remember the ideas and aims I want to complete in future.

Patricio

January 19th, 2012

I will use it for work whit my job team

Stephen Hart

January 19th, 2012

As a strong believer in cloud services and cloud computing. I would use the subscription to migrate my activity away from native apps and expand the spectrum of cloud applications I already use. The benefits of which can be seen when considering the need for collaboration, whether with clients, partners, friends, or the public in general. Not only that but it will provide me with resources I can recommend to organizations in my community that are trying to work towards a more cloud based solution for their software needs.

Jennifer Elliott

January 19th, 2012

With a subscription to Mindmodo, I would fully develop the mock ups for the design of an augmented reality sign language program that I am working on. Additionally, it will help me clearly articulate the process through which learning can be improved with immersive visual technologies for education stakeholders in my community. Many of my ideas cannot be understood by others without the assistance of a visual framework. Lastly, I study learning of complex systems with simuations, and this would be an excellent tool for my students to demonstrate their understanding of complex systems.

Rob

January 19th, 2012

I would use this to brainstorm site structure and navigation as well as brainstorming plotting a novel. Actually, I’d probably end up using it for all sorts of things.

Karl Fitzgerald

January 19th, 2012

I would no doubt use Mindomo in working with clients to storyboard new site projects. Thanks for the offer!

Kevin

January 20th, 2012

I’ll use Mindomo for our “mini” business. I believe it’ll be a big help in organizing our thoughts.

Michael

January 20th, 2012

I would use Mindomo as a means to describe to clients (finance) the procedures I use step by step while handling/investing their securities. I would also use it as I learn website development to seek out truely creative ideas for new sites/designs.

Philipp

January 20th, 2012

I’d use it to brainstorm ideas for my website or for school…

Ann

January 20th, 2012

I’d use it for strategy and content ideas.

Edward

January 20th, 2012

our startup would use mindomo to create an awesome sitemap

Eniak

January 21st, 2012

It would allow me to plan and develop on a more professional level, while also allowing myself to present to clients at all stages of planning development.

Georgiy

January 21st, 2012

I would use it for further improving my approach to new projects and hopefully giving me more free time to pursue my hydroponics hobby.

Brent

January 21st, 2012

This software would replace multiple physical project folders piled on my desktop now, several thousand post-it notes, hundreds of yellow and white legal pads, and several dozen apps that I currently use to track bits of information, webpages I monitor and review, research references, and the various complexities of the many project meetings, brainstorming sessions, task assignements, and ideas for future research and reference. All to the end of making my data available when I need it, where I need in, and show me visually dotted line (secondary) and direct connections with all the other relative bits, pages, notes, and ideas. I need my effenciency back in finding my information and a new perspective on its interrelationships.

Toby Roberts

January 22nd, 2012

I would use this software to aid me in my Graphic Design coursework, as a student with many different learning objectives to cover in my degree. I hand draw my own mind maps on most cases to plan out projects of any type. This software would help me keep my plans digital so that I can include them with the digital files I hand in.

John

January 22nd, 2012

I’d use Mindomo for working with clients to identify content and structural needs in web development.

sijeesh

January 23rd, 2012

I would love to use Mindomo for my projects.:)

Cristian Galletti

January 23rd, 2012

I will use it to assist my plannings. Currently I use MindNode but it’s too poor… I’m very exited to work with a strong and powerful tool as Mindomo.
I thing my projects will gain a lot as improvements and efficiency.

Yuni Ardita S.D

January 23rd, 2012

This mind mapping application definitely useful for me,awesome! would love to use for my design graphic projects. thanks for nice giveaway!

Renu

January 24th, 2012

I’d use this to create a to-do’s and ideas heirarchy for project specific tasks. Mindomo can help to keep track of them in a better way than the one i’m using

Paramaguru Manickavasagam

January 24th, 2012

I will use for my projects and my friends projects

Nathan Burnett

January 24th, 2012

I would finally have one tool to fully plan out projects instead of killing 3 trees per project

bead

January 25th, 2012

I think the solution to be very interesting. Especially that it is a real-time solution. That’s why

Tom J.

January 25th, 2012

I’d use Mindomo as a ‘the’ way to comunicate with new clients as I build my business in 2012. The UI is delicious, too, so it’d make for nice things to look at while breaking through those creative blocks!

Heesang

January 25th, 2012

I use mindmap everyday. With Mindomo, it will be more effective experience. I use mindmap for personal to do list, work planning, recap of studies and so on.

Natalia

January 25th, 2012

I am just about to join new company, becoming the UX specialist for consumer segment to support the e-shop/e-commerce business. Since I will be working a lot on optimization of the purchase flow and overall customer journey in order to increase the revenues it will be great to be able to use Mindomo mindmap app for my and my team thoughts and ideas of possible improvements :)

Wedding Magician Nottingham

January 25th, 2012

I have tried Mindmo upon recommendation from people on this site and find it very very versatile – thanks for sharing!

Scott Schlee

January 25th, 2012

I would use Mindomo for streamlining my web and design process with my clients.