Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I use it with clients to collaborate remotely. I use it with clients for designing, especially mood boards and data collection.
- Imports images.
- Sticky notes.
- Provides structures and frameworks.
- Importing into Figma, XD and other design programs.
- I never know how big or small an image is...in terms of magnification. I have no idea of the actual size of the board I'm creating.
- More flexibility on fonts.
- A color picker - to select a specific color of an image. The droplet icon.
- Remote Collaboration - Time saver.
- The relative ease of use - Time saver.
- Free for clients to use, discover and then purchase if they like it. - Saves $$$.
- Board sharability.
- The lack of integration into other design tools.
It's fairly easy to get people going...but onboarding for specific types of projects could be better....so I don't have to explain to someone who has never used it. How to create affinity maps and user flows and other ways to design.
This is integrated into other tools like Figma and Adobe. I had to take a lot of screenshots or redesign.
Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Miro's feature set?
Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Miro go as expected?
Would you buy Miro again?
Depends on the task. If they want to import into another program then no. If they need low tech then yes absolutely. I've had success with older clients 60 - 80 yrs.