February 17, 2022
Score 10 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Miro
Miro is a collaborative interface that allows our cross-functional team members to use it as a working and presentation tool. It helps alleviate having multiple channels of communication as well as being able to reference the same visual documents.
- Stay organized
- House a plethora of information (visuals, art files, notes, etc.)
- Universal tool across cross-functional teams
- Being able to re-order/number multiple artboards at a time
- Searching back history after project has been altered
- It allows us to have one reference point, which helps eliminate the back and forth we use to incur with the different platforms we were all referencing (Adobe Suite (which Merchandising and Production did not have access to), Excel, etc.)
Miro has become an integral tool for our cross-functional teams. I am on Miro daily and I truly can't imagine not having this platform to collaborate, communicate, and create.
As someone who is familiar with the Adobe Suite programs, Miro felt like a natural transition and learning experience. A lot of it felt very intuitive. It took me about 1-3 months to really feel comfortable with it.
Going back to my previous points, Miro has provided a streamlined platform for multiple cross-function team members from different locations to access the same reference tools.
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Miro allows multiple functions within our company (Design, Production, Merchandising, Visual Merchandising, etc.) to access the same reference point from conception through production. For example, being from Design, I am able to drop in sketches and inspiration images based on the Line Plan post-its that our Merchandising partners create for each style slot. In that same project, our Production partners are also able to note costing concerns and updates. Our Visual Merchandising partners have access to these projects where they are able to gather the tools they need without having to go through tedious file saving and exporting processes as they have in the past. Additionally, the "@" tool has been a great function in streamlining multiple channels of communication. There hasn't been a specific point in time where I felt Miro was less appropriate for the way that we are using this platform.