Best tool for remote designer collaboration and ideation so far!
November 13, 2021

Best tool for remote designer collaboration and ideation so far!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use it within our design team as a way to remotely collaborate with team members in various locations and to ideate around concepts that we are exploring or breaking down.
  • Ideation sessions
  • Whiteboarding
  • Wireframing
  • Reviewing missed changes while you were gone.
  • Improved productivity
  • Greater visibility
I wasn't the implementer but there weren't any issues I was aware of, beyond the need for adding additional licenses after some time.
I wasn't involved in integration, but it was smooth to my knowledge.
Greater visibility and easier collaboration for teams who are scattered in different locations.

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For higher fidelity design work we use Figma, but Miro is better for brainstorming and ideating, as Figma can be too advanced for non-designers, and not having to worry about layer structure, etc is a nice thing to avoid distracting people. It also has a ton of great integrations built into it that make for powerful sessions.
Great for real-time collaboration and ideating. It doesn't feel like a real whiteboard experience as if you're together in a room, but if you think of it as a different way of accomplishing similar results, it has a lot of power (in many ways more).