Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is used for brainstorming and idea development. It allows me to propose a design idea and its variations while the supervisor is capable of providing feedback in a written form - annotating the design - therefore clearly outlining how it can be improved. It allows us to eliminate the back-and-forth way of communication which accompanies idea development, therefore, allowing us to save time.
- Improved Productivity
- Better quality of content produced
Since the platform is user-friendly and easy to use, it can be implemented very quickly and efficiently in any company.
Miro has greatly improved the overall communication within the company, allowing multiple employees to contribute to a project simultaneously without the need for back-and-forth messaging. In effect, I believe it does make everyone feel more involved in the process.
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I believe, unlike Notion, Miro's interface is much easier to navigate and use. Its visual-based functions and interface are much clearer and allow us to access anything much easier than on Notion. It also includes many features which the other platforms lack which again makes remote work much more effective.
As a creative, Miro has allowed me numerous times now to strengthen the cooperation between myself and the rest of my team. Whenever I create an initial draft, I then post it on miro where the team can add their feedback and annotate the design appropriately. On the other hand, I am not certain whether I would use Miro for activities such as project management where things such as lists would be used. It is hard for me to assess different scenarios for Miro but it is definitely an essential tool for any creative team.