Miro Reviewed by a UI Artist
May 20, 2022

Miro Reviewed by a UI Artist

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Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use Miro to share artwork and for daily reviews, create sprints and deadlines, host our style guide, build style boards, etc. We mainly attach images of revisions to it grouped in boards. We sometimes create .gifs of our animated work, but that bogs it down quickly.
  • Host images at multiple sizes
  • Create a digestible and loose workflow
  • Provide a space for brainstorming
  • Support for videos
  • Support for linking to network or local locations
  • Attaching files
  • Reduce load on computer
  • Decrease load times
  • It has improved our constant feedback loop
  • Decreased time needed for revisions
  • Provided a space for more eyes
  • Created a way more collaborative space
  • Allowed more open and fluid feedback
It came online relatively quickly. It definitely was a bit rough on initial usage. We tried using it for UX and Prototyping, but quickly found other purposes for it.
Miro has quickly become a daily hub for us and was integrated into our pipeline relatively quickly. It is easy to integrate into all of our work, but it does take a large load on our PCs and with other heavy programs, we oftentimes have to close the program if we want other things to load properly. With that being said, we are creating workarounds for ourselves. Miro cannot stand on its own, in its current state, but is a great companion piece to the rest of what we have.
It is an AMAZING tool for our remote workflows and keeping collaboration fluid. We have used Miro as a quick way to onboard new workers and provide a space where they can quickly scan all of our art and documents and can find it all in one simple place instead of having to navigate through hundreds of folders and network locations. It has created a great space for collaboration.

Do you think Miro delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Miro's feature set?


Did Miro live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Miro go as expected?

I wasn't involved with the implementation phase

Would you buy Miro again?


Miro fell short for our UX and Prototyping needs, but for forms of task tracking, schedules, dailies, art reviews, and feedback, it has been a GREAT space. We tried Shotgun for a bit, but this workflow is much more unique and provides lots of info in a quick look. It is less cumbersome and more approachable for people on the team and also for people who may not be as familiar with all the nitty-gritty details of the other software.
We mainly use it for art-related workflows. We have not experimented much with other types of pipelines like charts, flows, etc.