Love free form whiteboards
November 04, 2021
Love free form whiteboards
Score 9 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Lucidspark
I am currently using Lucidspark for team collaboration, discussion, and ideation in agile practices. It is great for the team to quickly get on and have a free form way to provide input and create. I work in a department that vets incoming ideas so it is important there aren't constraints on the feedback, discussion, and ideation.
- Freeform idea/thought creation.
- Quick access to the toolset.
- Numerous templates to use.
- Aligning the tools with the visual happening in the thought process.
- Tool to provide perspective to the size of the working area that is best for viewing and collaborating. I spend time reshaping some of the areas to account for zooming and viewing.
- Positive - gets everyone on the same page of the discussion quickly.
- Positive - once everyone knows how to use it you can gain a lot of feedback/input.
- Negative - less savvy tech users may get frustrated.
- Positive - only limited to your own mind what you can create.
It is easy but some people have a hard time navigating the space if they aren't used to the tool and the capability.
Our team works remotely for the majority of our work week. Having tools that connect people together and tools that connect together is really important. It helps to communicate and collaborate quicker and easier
Never had an issue connecting, issue with latency, issue with creating what I wanted to create.
I have not had to use support. I am giving a high rating because it runs well and I assume the support to be so as well.
Do you think Lucidspark delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Lucidspark's feature set?
Did Lucidspark live up to sales and marketing promises?
I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process
Did implementation of Lucidspark go as expected?
Would you buy Lucidspark again?
I have used Miro for a long time and Lucidspark is very similar. Lucidspark was selected because the company used Lucidchart. Stormboard is a lot more rigid and good for structured discussion/exercises. I prefer Lucidspark over Stormboard.
Lucidspark is an awesome tool for free form creation. Creating a working space that on the fly may need to change or new areas created. A space that allows people to feel unlimited. I love the endless possibilities that you can create a space that aligns with what you are thinking or what others are thinking to quickly get consensus. A tool that documents a working session quickly and easily. The options account for a wide range of possibilities. May not be appropriate in environments where people are less tech-savvy or wouldn't be able to or need to navigate a large toolset. Even then you can show users how to create a sticky and that may be all they need. I guess scenarios where you need feedback regarding a set of questions and answers like in a survey.