Kumu is a great online tool for making dynamic diagrams of systems, stakeholders and social networks. Here’s what I learned from using Kumu for a large system map of over 1100 cause-effect connections between 550 elements:
My Master’s Research Project is now done! It visualizes the causes and effects of poverty with a system model, and visualizes modelling methodology with art photography.
As part of my Master’s degree in
Strategic Foresight & Innovation, I created a “value logic model” to show how a company will make measurable progress towards its strategic goals. Continue reading
This resource flow map is one of
many diagrams I use to visualize a complex system, so as to find patterns that can be systematically automated and improved. Continue reading
Last week I finished a long contract with the City of Toronto where I developed information architecture for
Solid Waste Management Services. Continue reading
This is an example of a Business Function Model that I developed for the City of Toronto’s
Solid Waste Management Services division. Continue reading
This painting is based on an architecture diagram where business people can see how they interact with others.
think, document and reuse, an architect, analyst or designer needs models. But which notation and format to use? Continue reading