Here is an amazing resource compiled by one of our tribe that collects together as many 'canvas' templates as can be found out there . Thanks Andi for the diligence
Neither Andi Roberts or New Cannibals claim copyright or ownership to any of these. Our intent is to make this a hub for all canvas types
As the name suggests, this has been designed to create a more rounded planning process of negotiation planning and draws on th empathy map concept to prepare better.
Thushan Kumaraswamy (LinkedIn profile) has created the Practical Business Design Canvas, which links strategy, change, business and operating models together. The canvas and supporting resources can be found at http://practicalbusinessdesign.com. There you will find a blank canvas, a worked example and a user guide.
Toby Sinclair has developed a canvas that supports facilitators and organisers of meetings to prepare a more effective workshop. The Canvas helps the preparation by working through six essential Ps. To find out more about the canvas, visit his website HERE. You can download a PDF of the canvas HERE.
Thanks to Sharon Dale for sharing this with me. Whilst the initial canvas (#18) was on my radar, I had not seen the supporting tools. I am unsure if they really are a form of canvas, or just a 2 x 2 / planning board. See HERE for more information on the whole collection by Jason Little. Would love to get your views! The first is a canvas to plot improvement ideas. The text that is on the canvas is fairly self explanatory (full pdf HERE) :
I found this whilst recently reading “Agile Engagement” by Santiago Jaramillo & Todd Richardson. The book is a solid read on understanding how to engage in the 21st Century. For more information on the canvas, simply by the book. (the website for Santiago’s company was down when I wrote this).
Developed by Lyndon Johnson to reinvent PR, marketing and publicity for startups & small businesses by making it affordable, accessible, transparent & measurable. They are a series of four interconnected canvases. An original description for all of these can be found HERE. Large PDF templates for all four can be found HERE. Thanks to Jack Martin Leith for bringing these to may attention.
The second project canvas in the collection (see number 8). This has been developed by Bedenk, an innovation consultancy out of Belgium. This canvas helps you plan the front end of a project. You can read more about it AND download a large scale .pdf file HERE (you are required to give name / email). Thanks to Greg Payne for sharing this with me via Twitter.
The ways of working canvas, developed by design consultancy Xplane, is in effect a “team charter”, developed to help set up or kickstart old teams to greater levels of performance. This ties in quite well with a few other canvases on this page. For further information and a large .pdf version of the file visit HERE (once again email, name and additional details required). Thanks to Greg Payne for also sharing this with me via Twitter
Developed by author Denise Withers, this canvas can be used in a number of ways. Two primary ones are to capture, map out and make sense of existing stories / experiences AND to develop new stories to support the creation of new ideas into products, services, experiences, strategies – even stories. In effect this canvas is a tool for innovation. This canvas can help you create an engaging way of influencing key stakeholders for your ideas. For more information on the canvas and the book “Story Design” visit HERE. I would definitely recommend reading the blog posts around the book HERE.
The MELT Frame canvas was created by Miikka Leinonen to support strategy and innovation development. What I find interesting about this is the connection of physical and non physical assets / resources. For further information visit HERE. For a PDF of the canvas visit HERE. This brief video walks through it:
Developed by Jorge Arango, this particular canvas, focused on communication, will help you understand the language, rules, and power dynamics that make it possible for people to accomplish their purposes in particular situations—or potentially hinder them from doing so. For a really good explanation visit HERE. For a large blank canvas visit HERE. Thanks to Jack Martin Leith for bringing this to my attention over on Twitter.
The Ethics Canvas from the Adapt Centre has been developed to encourage educators, entrepreneurs, engineers and designers to engage with ethics in their research and innovation projects.For more information on the canvas and access to an online editable version, visit HERE. A large PDF can be downloaded HERE.
Developed by Simon Wardley, with visual support from Benjamin Mosior, this canvas maps out value chains. For a really solid overview visit HERE. Visit HERE over on Medium for the 18 chapters on Wardley’s thoughts on mapping. I really enjoyed Benjamin’s post on the mapping experience. Map Camp is a community of visual mappers that may be worth a peek at.
This canvas, developed by Tony Ulwick and Mike Boysen, has been developed to help teams and organisations drive innovation in their business by helping customers get a job done better and/or more cheaply. For a very solid overview and supporting templates, visit THIS Medium article. For a range of resources on Jobs To Be Done theory and application head HERE. Thanks to Jack Martin Leith for sharing this with me!
Developed by Thomas Paris & Jean-Christophe Cuvelier , The growth marketing canvas was designed to help teams to first develop a broad overview of their business and later on to provide a structure for brainstorming, which provides hand-on experiment ideas needed to kick-off growth operations in a company. For further information on the canvas and access to a .PDF version to use, please visit HERE.
Jakub Żurawiński reached out to me via email to share this canvas with me. It’s a model for developing learning process, with a full name of “Learning Battle Cards 7 Windows of Instructional Design Canvas”. It provides users with an overview on a critical stages and characteristics of a training process and is used by trainers and instructional designers for ideation and graphic presentation of their approaches and solutions. It provides a clear and flexible structure for instructional design. Visit the website HERE for more information. Download the full version HERE.
The Learning Experiences Canvas is a powerful tool for designing the best learning experiences you can imagine. It’s great for teachers, trainers, publishers or anybody interested in creating better ways of learning. For more information and information on the LX Canvas – Please visit HERE (email needed for pdf canvas download). Thanks to Debora Gallo for pointing me in the direction of this.