Welcome to the tour

Step 1.


The Home Screen shows you your projects, projects you’ve been invited to join and Quick Access for recently opened maps.

Open the Project Viewer by double clicking on a project. Access project maps, create new maps and see shared maps.

Double click on a map to enter the map building space, where you can use the Circle, Map, and Visualise Tabs to develop your map.

Step 2.


Add detail to a map with colour coding and tagging to reflect themes within a map.

Use theming to break up the map into smaller, more digestible sub-maps of a roughly even size, and support clarity in communicating, explaining and investigating a map.

Once you’ve identified a set of themes within a map in STICKE, you can use the tagging function to help create visualisations that show your themes one at a time, or in any combination you might like to produce.

Highlight themes and corresponding actions.

Enter important information about actions and variables to refer to later.

Arrange multiple actions to reduce clutter on the map.

Step 3.


Visualise action and reach.

Update actions to help track the progression and growth of action around a community effort.

Use STICKE to identify where there is no current action and determine new areas to pursue.

Identify opportunities to build collaboration between groups and individuals working in similar areas.

See how your map aligns with existing areas of work, priorities, or pillars by classifying variables in the map into themes that correspond with the existing work areas or priorities.