Overall Satisfaction with Miro
We used Miro to collaborate with cross functional teams, brainstorm ideas within teams and during meetings, present our findings to clients, conduct UX activities with potential users, summarise and present findings of our user research, quickly document the various decisions in the design process among many other use cases. During the pandemic, Miro really helped us in collaborating - which is very crucial for design teams - efficiently and effectively. Even after the pandemic, we continued using Miro because it helped us in documenting everything and was very easy to just go to the document if we ever wanted to look back at certain decisions made at various stages in the project.
- Collaborating remotely.
- Conducting design workshops with stakeholders.
- Easy documentation with a lot of template options available.
- The feature of exporting a frame/section of the board was hard to find initially.
- More customisation/design options.
- Improved collaboration.
- Easy documentation of everything at one place reduced time/effort to look for different files.
- Increased productivity especially when working remotely.
Miro is very easy to use for people from all sort of backgrounds and thus can be very efficiently integrated into teams and project workflows.
During the pandemic, we had to conduct discovery workshops with the client, stakeholders and other teams. Miro helped us in understanding and gathering data by the feature of live collaboration and online whiteboards which helped us clear the next steps in the project to define a direction.
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