visual thinking / picture thinking / right brained learning definition
Visual thinking refers to the method of thinking through the use of visual processing or understanding. It is a method employed by numerous companies and individuals to easily communicate concepts and ideas in a short amount of time using visual stimuli. Visual thinking allows people to organize thoughts in a non-linear and non-verbal way. One of the main benefits of visual thinking is that people can communicate often complex relationships and abstract thoughts that might otherwise take a long time to effectively share. Diagrams, maps, geometric shapes combined with lines and arrows, illustrations, photographs, doodles and sketches are all examples of ways in which people can use visual thinking to communicate their ideas.