Miro, bringing designers and stakeholder together.
December 02, 2021

Miro, bringing designers and stakeholder together.

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

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We've used Miro to facilitate workshops with clients. It's been helpful to get client participation and help them become part of the process. Right now, I'm using it to create user journeys and connect with project managers at work. I don't know if the entire organization uses Miro. I think it depends on the team and project.
  • User Journeys
  • Brain storms
  • Sorting exercices
  • Brand workshops with voting
  • There is a lot of clicking, I wish there was a way to adjust the depth of items on a Miro board.
  • I like the templates offered I wish they were easier to discover.
  • Brought teams together to align on goals.
  • Able to participate with clients and teams outside of the office.
  • Increased productivity and reduced discovery design time.
I thought Miro was very easy to access and intuitive to use.
I don't see many integrations with Miro, It would be nice if they could pull information for Google Docs or Sheets.
Miro has been very helpful at connecting teams across locations. We used Miro to run workshops and collaborate with clients across the country in real-time. The ability to move and adjust things like stickies or journey maps together has helped everyone gain consensus moving forward.

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We've chosen to use Miro because the controls felt simpler than Figma and more welcoming to non-designers. I think when others hear "Figma" the sense is that this is just for designers, Miro has a more positive reaction. Our PMs have learned the controls here and feel confident navigating Miro.
User journeys are a breeze on Miro. Miro offers templates that are easily customizable with things like filling in fields, adjusting colors, and adding additional columns. Inside of the templates, Miro also provides guides so you can build your own journeys even if you have never done one before. Brainstorming is also very similar, Miro offers different post-it notes that the team can move around and group. What I would not use Miro for is actually building any kind of design or UI. While mirror lets you create boxes and adjust colors, it is limited.