What is your current project in Miro?

  • 18 February 2020
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Userlevel 7

Hey! Let’s discuss what you are currently doing in Miro. UX Research? Design Sprint? Brainstorming session? Maybe just a to-do list? :wink:

Share it with us, we want to learn more about you and your use case.


 


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Userlevel 2

Currently I’m working with my team on developing our service offerings around the Project Gameboard.  While we do training for non project managers there are multiple service offerings we can provide to clients after the initial training, with a wide variety of use cases.  We’re using Miro to gather client feedback, do research and develop these services.  This gives you an idea about what the board looks like:  

 

Userlevel 7

@Annie Wow, the board looks huge! :heart_eyes: 

Userlevel 5

Ever since CCPA happened, I needed a way to organize a timeline of phases for all of our apps to comply with the new law and make sure users can properly manage their personal data.

Color-coded dots for the steps where each team is involved :smile:

 

 

Userlevel 1
Centerlines

We use Miro mainly for tracking project centerlines. It’s also used for brainstorming/notes days.

Today I am doing very early stage mock ups for a Coronavirus/Covid-19 “topichub” 

I use MIRO to show my UX team what I am thinking about and then we iterate in MIRO till they are ready to move over to XD. I’m a non tech and non prod manager so MIRO is my preferred place to work early on...

 

My new startup is TopicHubs.com - and I am doing a new site design in MIRO which I will begin tomorrow. The present site is aweful (sad/bad experience).

Userlevel 1

I’ve been using Miro for the last few months to work on UX concepts and actual product design projects (for work and to build up my portfolio). It’s the best thing I’ve found for collaboration as well as concepting and gathering all of my thoughts in one place. 

 

Userlevel 4

A few days ago, we held our first ever fully-remote Train the Trainer! :)

We used Miro to design the training flow, integrated Excel spreadsheets and YouTube videos needed for the course. The collaboration worked perfectly, and the trainees loved that Miro gives them that interactive and dynamic note to the training. 

A lot of happy trainers here :)

 

 

Userlevel 2

A few days ago, we held our first ever fully-remote Train the Trainer! :)

We used Miro to design the training flow, integrated Excel spreadsheets and YouTube videos needed for the course. The collaboration worked perfectly, and the trainees loved that Miro gives them that interactive and dynamic note to the training. 

A lot of happy trainers here :)

 

 

 

This is so cool @Martina Crnkovic! What’s the topic you are training your trainers in?

Userlevel 4

A few days ago, we held our first ever fully-remote Train the Trainer! :)

We used Miro to design the training flow, integrated Excel spreadsheets and YouTube videos needed for the course. The collaboration worked perfectly, and the trainees loved that Miro gives them that interactive and dynamic note to the training. 

A lot of happy trainers here :)

 

 

 

This is so cool @Martina Crnkovic! What’s the topic you are training your trainers in?

 

 

Thanks @Kristin !!
This one in particular was the first educational model for a new trainer. We are in the customer care industry, so both methodology on how to plan and deliver trainings & soft skills for the industry are covered in the training :)

I’ve used Miro to make a food travel map. I’m still working on it and will share it to my friends when it is done. 

 

Userlevel 5

We’ve been having a blast developing tools for this community on the Miro API/SDK.

We’re going to begin sharing the tools in beta very soon.

 

Miro Plugin Development Project HQ

Here’s some screenshots of our development HQ Miro board … don’t mind the mess, if I knew you were coming over I’d have cleaned the place up.

 

The High Level

  • Top left / top: Concept, Glossary and Research … research continues to expand/evolve to the right… 
  • Underneath these(middle row(orange and red)) initial Design, System Architecture and Work Plan.  Emerging out of / to the right of these is (yellow and green) Meeting notes/to dos, Work tracking, a perma-link to our zoom room, and outside research/resources that apply to our specific challenges. 
  • As the major functionality for our Miro plugin(s) came together the UI wireframe/UX flow diagrams emerge (far central right) -- and below it in prep for deployment, Dev  Ops section emerges.
  • The first demo video of the working product is embedded in a blue ribbon… gotta celebrate a little success right? 
The main development team room we worked out of. 

 

 

Data Architecture with live Google Sheet

 

Here’s a zoom in on some initial system architecture work…  What I love most here is that Miro lets us embed live update-able Google Sheets. We used this to update the data architecture plan against a conceptual design of the system. 

A zoom in some initial system architecture work… 

 

 

Project Central 

 

Like many in this community, I like to have Miro boards act like a project room and be the primary start point for all conversations and excursions related to the project. Among other key links and resources we have our zoom room link front and center. We have google doc links and embeds as well… we have our Miro plugin app hosted on Glitch and can embed the project into a Miro board… which is wild … in that we can adjust the code for the plugin that’s active in our Miro toolbar from an embed of Glitch on our board’s canvas…not super practical at the current moment but a promising glimpse at a fascinating future possibility. 

 

 

UI/UX of Miro in Miro

 

Working ON Miro IN Miro is an extra-special feedback loop of joy: Here we’re working on wireframes of a left sidebar Miro plugin.  

 

 

 

We’ve just scratched the surface of Miro API

 

The Miro API/SDK is SUPER promising!  As more designer/developers unlock their creativity on this API / SDK … Miro will gain an exponential ‘platform’ edge against its ‘app’ competitors (I dare not speak their names).  

Here’s a couple photos of TagConnector: our first Miro plugin to share in beta. 

It automatically ‘affinity clusters’ tagged items -- unveils the network of connections in a batch of tagged Miro objects. 

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Tag Connector Plugin in Action

 

Here’s a simple quiet demo of one of the plugins we created.

 

Userlevel 5

A few days ago, we held our first ever fully-remote Train the Trainer! :)

We used Miro to des the training flow, integrated Excel spreadsheets and YouTube videos needed for the course. The collaboration worked perfectly, and the trainees loved that Miro gives them that interactive and dynamic note to the trainin

A lot of happy trainers here :)

 

 

 

This is so cool @Martina Crnkovic! What’s the topic you are training your trainers in?

 

These boards are really well designed. . . Taking inspiration. 

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