Visual knowledge management
Integrated mapping, planning and documentation.
Visualize ideas, processes and relationships. Get context sensitive navigation by linking to wiki content, local files or web pages.
Text is still the basic tool to share knowledge. Explain things, manage lists or just write an article.
Connect flexible boards (e.g. time tables or Scrumban boards) to your content. Navigate your work from the planning perspective.
WorkflowSee Vis-à-Wiki on YouTube.
Side by side
The user interface provides a flexible tiling mechanism, on small screens you'll get along with just one view, on large screens you can have many views simultaniously. A document may be opened in several views at the same time, to allow editing in different places.
Private but cloud enabled
Vis-à-Wiki is a native application, it
is independent of an internet
connection. Just a simple setup and
you're done. Your content is handled
locally, no need to send it to the
However using the cloud for convenience is also possible. All content is stored as human readable text (text as Markdown, maps as extended key value, no XML). This works well with many cloud services or with version control systems like Git or Mercurial. Along these lines one can also get an easy to use client side encrypted syncronisation.