Great for visual projects
November 11, 2021

Great for visual projects

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro for planning new projects between designers and project managers. It is also used to present those projects to the higher-ups. It allows us to exchange design and media ideas for current projects and adapt feedback immediately and visibly for all members. The interface is easy to use and accessible which supports us to work efficiently and fast. All in all, it gives a great overview of all used media and timelines.
  • Visual presentation
  • Live adaptation
  • Overview of complex projects
  • Grouping components
  • Management of different projects
  • Workflow possibilities
  • Quicker exchange with team members.
  • Up-to-date version of the project (no outdated status for any user).
  • Improved workflow.
I don't have insights regarding the implementation of Miro. I started it as a pilot project in our small team but got to know that Miro is also used by some other teams of the company as well.
Miro is easy to use and understand as it comes with similar working processes known by other programs. Integration is simple because you can start right after registration and already have a great number of visuals to use. So even if you are unsure of how to use Miro, you will soon learn by the sole use of it.
In times of remote work, Miro helps a great part in collaboration. We do not have to fear outdated versions resulting in false feedback and misunderstandings. We can talk and make changes simultaneously and directly. We also know who did the changes to avoid confusion.

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The greatest benefit of Miro is that you do not need a program installed. Most colleagues do not have access to programs like Indesign so Miro helps a lot with the visual presentation and adaption. It is also more flexible and clear compared to Powerpoint and it is up-to-date all the time. Trello is great for sorting your projects and timelines but does not work as well for details, feedback, and visuals.
It works well to exchange ideas, visuals, components, and structures of a project. Especially for different member parts of the team, it helps to understand each other and make ideas more visible to others. You can work on projects live – each user can make changes directly. This speeds up the process by a great step. Furthermore, the boards are always updated to the latest data and can be viewed any time from everywhere – which is much better than static files like PowerPoint or alike. Plus you can see who did the changes and look into the comments and thoughts of other team members. All in all the possibilities to work in a creative way are very nice. Depending on the project there are limits, too, of course. They use different tools for time management for example.