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  • Visual Communication: Rich Pictures, Mind Maps and Schemas Phil Robinson LonsdaleSystems.com LonsdaleSystems.com 1
  • Drowning in a Deluge of Words • Internet – 3.6 billion web pages – 89 billion emails sent each day • Print – 130 million books currently exist – 15 million new books published per year – 395 million newspapers each day LonsdaleSystems.com 2
  • The Education System • Schools still emphasise the three R’s – Reading – Writing – ‘Rithmetic • They assume pupils already know how to listen and talk • Drawing is something you are either “good at” or not! • Collaboration is called “cheating” LonsdaleSystems.com 3 View slide
  • The Business World • In the past industry needed clerks… – Reading – Writing – ‘Rithmetic • Now the business world needs collaboration… – Listening – Talking – Drawing LonsdaleSystems.com 4 View slide
  • Rich Pictures LonsdaleSystems.com 5
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  • Common Cave Painting Themes Across the World LonsdaleSystems.com 7
  • Mayan Hieroglyphics Egyptian LonsdaleSystems.com 8
  • Fast Forward to 2013… The “Box and Arrow” Diagram! LonsdaleSystems.com 9
  • Fast Forward to 2013… The “Box and Arrow” Diagram! Setup Marshalling Staging Spooler Transform Teardown De-spooler More “stone-age thinking required!! LonsdaleSystems.com 10
  • Rich Pictures LonsdaleSystems.com 11
  • Building a Visual Vocabulary Organisations People Measures Rules Records Activities Things Places LonsdaleSystems.com Time 12
  • Taxi Management System Pickup Location Booking Rules Call Centre Passenger Trip Booking Taxi Driver LonsdaleSystems.com Drop Off Location Receive Booking Dispatch Taxi 13
  • Mind Maps LonsdaleSystems.com 14
  • Mind Maps Bl Bl ah Bla h Blah Bl ah Rela te topi d cs Bl ah Bl ah Blah Bl ah Blah h h LonsdaleSystems.com Central topic h la B Blah ah Bl a Bl h Br c an ah Bl a Bl Blah ah Bl Blah Bl ah ar ul t c ir me n C ge h an r a ar Bl Blah Bl ah ah Bl Bl ah Blah Blah h ah Bla Bl ah gr Top ou ic pi ng Bl ah Bla h Bl ah 15
  • Mind Maps Provide a “Visual Grammar” for Words l ua acy s Vi t er li L Bu il vo vi din ca su g bu al a la ry Cla dia ss gra ms UM a n ds i r g wo n em ni of The yst Sc s ow e he r g on D u ma s ti l s ca busines e du e d e Th d Visual worl Communication e Cav ngs pi Ric i ct h int ps ur pa es ma ic s d w glyph rro Hiero in d a M an Box agrams di LonsdaleSystems.com 16
  • Mind Maps More Compact Than Lists Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah LonsdaleSystems.com 17
  • L UM a n ds i r g wo n em ni of The yst w Sc s he n ro ge D u io ma t ss s el ducae busine d e Th d Visual worl Communication e Cav ngs pi Ric ct h ti ps ur ain p es ma phics ow rogly nd Hie ar r Mi an d ms Bo x ag ra di Bu il vo vi din ca su g bu al a la ry Cla dia ss gra ms Easier to See the “Big Picture” Mind Maps l ua acy s Vi ter li Compared to the written language, visual communication receives scant attention in the education curriculum. And yet, as as it begins to feel like we are drowning in a deluge of words, pictures and diagrams start to become the better prospect for getting our message across. This session explores the role of visual communication in the business world offering some ideas about how we can improve our skills and communicate more clearly. LonsdaleSystems.com 18
  • Mind Maps Great For Collaboration al y su ac Vi ter li Sc he ma s Visual Communication e Cav ngs pi Ric i ct h s int ur p pa es ma ics glyph w nd Hiero arro Mi nd a Box agrams di Bu il vo vi din ca su g bu al a la ry Cla dia ss gra ms L UM a s in rd g wo n em ni of he st ow e T n sy o Dr ug i s at l ines de educ e bus Th d worl LonsdaleSystems.com 19
  • Mind Maps Combine With Templates LonsdaleSystems.com 20
  • www.biggerplate.com/philrobinson LonsdaleSystems.com 21
  • Benefits of Mind Maps • Navigable LonsdaleSystems.com – – – – Topics can be read randomly rather than sequentially Not necessary to sequence topics Easier to jump from one topic to the next Easier to backtrack to a previous topic • Zoomable – Presents the “big picture” – With the ability to “zoom” in on detail • Holistic – Topics are can be seen in their context – Relationship between topics are easily visible – Encourages insight • Compact – More Compact Than Text – Easier to Restructure and Change 22
  • LonsdaleSystems.com 23 www.mindmapping.org/VisualThinking-Center.html
  • Schemas LonsdaleSystems.com 24
  • Schemas • Schematic – Represents the elements of a system using abstract, graphic symbols rather than realistic pictures • Symbol – An object that represents, stands for, or suggests an idea, visual image, belief, action, or material entity LonsdaleSystems.com 25
  • Visual Literacy • Visual literacy is an important requirement for engineers • In contrast, many IT professionals are visually illiterate! Setup Marshalling Spooler LonsdaleSystems.com Staging Transform Teardown De-spooler 26
  • Unified Modelling Language (UML) «artifact» Object Artifact Package Class UML Metamodel Use Case Actor Node Component Visual Grammar Visual Vocabulary LonsdaleSystems.com 27
  • UML Class Diagrams Table responsibilities Provide social organisation Support objects constraints {height >= 50 cm} {height <= 1.2 m} {must be stable} Chair organises 0..1 organises 1..* Arranged around {at any instant in time} Arranged around {over time} responsibilities Indicate status 0..* Support people constraints {height >= 40 cm} {height <= 85 cm} 0..* {must be stable} {must be comfortable} Chairs support people, sometimes indicating the status of the person sitting in the chair. Tables support objects and provide social organisation for the people sitting around the table. At any instant in time, one or more chairs may be arranged around a single table. Over time, a chair may be arranged around any number of tables. However, arranging chairs around tables is optional. … LonsdaleSystems.com 28
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