Mind-Mapping Software Builds on Windows 7 to Improve User Productivity

Mindjet, a California based high-tech and electronics manufacturing company with 170 employees, needed to incorporate natural and intuitive methods to a new release of its visual productivity tool “MindManager.” Their decision was to build the new release on Windows 7 to provide several new and improved features using Windows Touch with custom gestures, Windows Taskbar previews, and Jump Lists. Read this case study to find more detail on its solution here.


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