Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is currently being used across the whole organisation to help share and pin ideas and strategies in the brainstorming process. It has enabled teams and individuals to come together and efficiently problem solve and take projects further whilst maintaining good workflow and ease of use. this tool has become an integral part of the team's design process since the beginning of lockdown and it is continuously being used while working from home and in the office.
- Ease of use.
- Encourages collaboration.
- Efficient user interface.
- User interface.
- Make it easier to share Miro boards.
- More social media integration.
- Improved productivity.
- Promoted virtual social interactions from home.
- Project completion time.
Personally, I feel like the implementation of Miro at the organization could have been done more officially and with more teachings on what Miro is and how we can maybe get the best out of the program. There needs to be more integration and explanation among teams and team leads. But I think it is on the individual to maximize their use of the site.
Miro is a very easy platform to use once spending some time getting to know the basics. After jumping into existing Miro boards created by architects and partners it was easy for me to pick up some of the tools and start creating/sharing my own content for my colleagues and managers to see. I enjoyed the user experience and it brought me closer to my co-workers.
The Miro website is full of tools to help generate ideas remotely working from home. The ease of use and ability to creatively initiate projects and designs while from home will be something we use moving forward also when not working from the comfort of home. The whiteboard element seemed familiar and mimicked real life very well.
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Adobe PhotoShop: With Adobe's Photoshop we can easily create a whiteboard layer and add elements that help the team creatively begin to shape their ideas. For example, creating storyboards is easy because we can use a template and place images and text in a designed order. SharePoint: SharePoint works similarly to both photoshop and Miro, with the ability to brainstorm ideas, SharePoint immediately formats your content in a way in which it can be presented and shared more professionally between colleagues and presenters.
I would say Miro boards are used most effectively in the brainstorming/pre-production aspect of work. Specifically for multiple colleagues and professionals to visually combine and share their ideas without the need to worry about making a mistake or without the worry of the idea being wrong or stupid. Miro encourages all ideas.