Element Gallery

Here is a preview of the visual thinking elements that will be discussed and summarized in detail. I will take each of them and explain how and when they should be incorporated into the visual thinking process. We will also look at practical examples on video and much, much more.

Please click on each image to enlarge, and keep reading below for more information.

Elements or Techniques?

Visual thinking elements are very much like the Periodic Table of Elements. However, you mustn’t view them as being separate from one another.

Whether an element is used individually or in combination with other visual thinking elements, they are still in essence techniques that you can utilize to help you solve your life’s problems. Therefore when it comes to visual thinking, I would like to use the word element and technique to mean the same thing. They are not mutually exclusive, but rather the same thing viewed in a slightly different context.

Each of these techniques and elements are powerful on their own, however they really begin to shine when they are combined and incorporated into the visual thinking framework.

Visual Thinking Roadmaps

Visual thinking roadmaps are a combination of elements/techniques used to help you solve problems quickly and easily. For instance there are visual thinking templates for:

  • Generating creative ideas quickly
  • Eliminating procrastination
  • Conquering fear
  • Achieving a specific goal
  • Overcoming a problem
  • Boosting your self-esteem
  • etc.

More information about each of these elements, roadmaps, and a break down of each of the categories you see within the visuals will be available in the not too distant future.

Everything you read here is part of ongoing research and experimentation within the visual thinking arena. The goal is to create a comprehensive framework for visual thinking that encapsulates creativity, problem solving and critical thinking skills. Your comments, ideas and suggestions are most welcome.
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