Traditional processes have required testers to create a large amount of documentation in the form of test plans, test cases, and test reports. It’s time to think differently. Creating test artifacts in the “old school” textual style takes too much time away from actual testing. Besides, text is boring and uses only the left side of your brain. Visual images—charts, graphs, and diagrams—engage your right brain for more thinking power. The old saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” is really true! Pascal Dufour shows how you can employ visualizations—mind maps, drawings, dashboards, charts, and other graphics—to improve clarity and guide your team to create lightweight testware artifacts. Find out how visualization helps you more easily and more quickly understand information—enabling and improving team decision making, collaboration, and agility. Join Pascal to see how visual tools, often very basic and simple, can help you think different—and perform better.