Miro makes it easy
July 26, 2021
Miro makes it easy
Score 9 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is being used by my organization to present work to clients, compare/contrast design ideas, and brainstorm across teams. It allows us to communicate visually, conceptualize our ideas, and add our ideas and comments to the creations designed. Our Creative team is the primary team that uses it, but we have adopted it to some level in each department across our organization.
- Miro makes it easy to import files/images
- Miro has a huge library of templates
- Miro is easy to share and present to others
- Miro has a wide variety of shapes, elements, and graphics available for use
- Miro can be exported for use
- Miro is great for storing designs
- Miro doesn’t quite have the mind mapping experience I prefer
- I feel Miro is lacking in process flow development as well
- I’d like to see a more functional user interface on iOS
- The ability to upload files/images
- The capability of collaborating with others live
- The “present” function
- Miro has streamlined a lot of our design processes
- It has made it easy to share work internally and externally
- We are able to get more granular with our designs by using the platform as an artboard
I prefer Miro for design work and big-picture thinking. I prefer Lucidchart for process flows and SOP’s. I think Miro makes it easy to visualize and conceptualize thoughts and processes. I enjoy using it to manipulate shapes and other visual elements to convey my ideas as well. It has been great to use in my workplace without any major issues.
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Miro is great for storing visual elements and/or doing side-by-side comparisons. It makes it easy to upload and manipulate elements across the platform and to share them with others. At my organization, we’ve used Miro for multiple reasons. We primarily use it to present work to clients and conceptualize our ideas. I think that is the most prominent use case; however, it can also be used to take and store notes, brainstorm with others, and organize your thoughts.