Visual Collaboration
September 30, 2021

Visual Collaboration

Bradyn gratton | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

Miro works incredibly well for displaying architectural presentations and meeting with professors or other students. This software is essential as architecture is an incredibly visual field and it allows for creators and architects alike to present their work in a fashion that feels natural and fluid, almost as though it is being done In person.
  • Collaboration.
  • Document assembly.
  • Presentation.
  • Having a universal import size for all documents to avoid overly large documents from overtaking the entire page.
  • Adding more fonts and creative opportunities.
  • Many documents will go blank on more populated pages.
  • Improved productivity.
  • Improved collaboration.
  • Improved morale.
I was not aware of any implementations with Miro during my use. If there were any, they were seamless and did not inhibit the client experience.
It was incredibly easy to learn and adapt to the software because the commands are extremely well thought out and easy to use. One thing in particular that makes this software stand out is its ability to remain simple, yet allow for sufficient creative freedom. It is the perfect combination of simplicity and user freedom.
It has made remote connections seamless between our professors and students. Architecture is a creative profession that needs a visual connection and Miro supplies an exceptional remote workspace when it comes to connecting pen to paper and person to person.

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Although Miro lacks auditory communication it makes up for it in its ability to visually demonstrate information and allow for other means of communication such as notes and comments.
Miro is specifically well suited for creative fields which require visualization that goes beyond a PowerPoint presentation. In Architecture specifically, it allows for in-the-moment changes and suggestions to plans which can allow for a more seamless collaborative practice among clients and professionals or students and teachers. This allows for a more organic experience, especially when restrictions are being put in place due to Covid.