Mind mapping contest!

As some of you may have noticed, we recently announced a new pricing structure for MindMaple, including an option to purchase an annual license for MindMaple instead of the lifetime license we also offer.

To celebrate this announcement, we are holding a mind mapping contest for our users! To enter, send your most creative mind map (made using MindMaple, of course) to office@mindmaple.com and like our page on Facebook.

On May 15, we will contact the winner and announce the results here on the MindMaple blog and on Facebook. The winner will receive a $250 gift card for Amazon.com.

We will consider a number of factors when picking the winning map, including creativity, function, attractiveness and organization. If you need some ideas, check out our new website pages offering sample maps for business, education, and personal use.

Throughout the contest, we’ll be posting some of our favorite maps here on the blog!

We can’t wait to see your creative submissions!


One comment on “Mind mapping contest!

  1. In the late 1980s while on a community mental health nursing course at what was Manchester Polytechnical College (now MMU) I was taught and used Hodges’ model. It one of these seemingly ubiquitous 2 x 2 matrices that adorn so much consultancy literature, ppts and flipcharts.

    There are slides available online from an introduction to the model from a recent presentation March 2012 in Liverpool at the SWAN – Social Work Action Network Conference.


    Since 2006 I’ve blogged variously about Hodges’ model – nursing and health social care and educational, plus informatics topics. The blog includes a bibliography.


    I’m sure there are benefits to follow across health and social care from the general availability of such a conceptual tool. What do you think?

    I will add MIND Maple to the listing at:


    Will see if I can put an entry together!
    Best wishes with your plans.

    Peter Jones, Lancashire, UK @h2cm
    Hodges Health Career – Care Domains – Model
    h2cm: help 2C more – help 2 listen – help 2 care

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