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Hi all. I’m a super novice Miro user. Excited to be a part of this community.I am the product development director for TM International where we produce temporary tattoos and other fun paper products.I was introduced to Miro by our partnership with Target. The team fell in love and now we are trying to implement Miro to our daily lives.
I have ADHD and I do have some object blindness. When I select an object and the contextual toolbar pops up, i’m often looking around and saying “where is it?” because it is white and i normally work on a white background.It would be helpful if the toolbar could be contrasted to stand out somehow. Maybe you could have it automatically manifest in a different colour from the background?
the english version of The Archetyper is now live! hello, fellow mironeers! I'm thrilled to introduce you to The Archetyper, an assessment for discovering facilitation archetypes. over 190 people have dived in and discovered their unique styles, and now it's your turn to join the party!.in the world of facilitation, there's no one-size-fits-all. no 'right' or 'wrong' style. it's all about finding what clicks with you, what feels authentic and true. each facilitator forges their unique path, blending knowledge and experiences to create something special..reflecting on my own facilitation journey and observing numerous facilitators in action, I've identified five fundamental archetypes, each with a distinct focus and approach:The Icebreaker: focus on people + rational approach The Frameworker: focus on results + rational approach The Empathizer: focus on people + emotional approach The Provocator: focus on results + emotional approach The Holistical: broad or diffuse focus and multiple
Hi there Open Window is a design, film and animation college in Pretoria, South Africa.We’re hosting our final year student exhibition on Miro and Discord this evening at 18h00 CAT.Join us!Exhibition links will be published here at 18h00 CAT.Here’s a glimpse of what to expect!
Hi, Our customer experience team is a cross-office and semi-remote team. We were struggling to document concepts, host conversations, write feedback and showing the whiteboard during virtual meetings. That’s how we landed on Miro. I started experimenting with miro as a central location to host tangible deliverables when working with a development team. Anything from the project scope, UX workshops, mapping out workflows, wireframes, and mockups. It became the sharing point when meeting with project managers, fellow designers, and developers. It solves all of the problems I mentioned earlier. We were able to document early-stage concepts using stickies. We were able to provide feedback, having back and forth conversations virtually using the comments, which was especially useful when working across time zones. The biggest difference it made, was that we could brainstorm, and point to visuals all in one central location. When “whiteboarding” ideas in the office the virtual attendees
My team is building Karma: peer recognition and appreciation tool for remote teams. Due to the Covid situation globally, we’ve been getting 3x more new registrations than usual. We had to make sure the product development keeps up with such crazy pace. Our product team has started using Miro for documentation. Keeping product design notes accompanied by the visuals and screenshots on Miro helped us to speed the internal communications drastically. This is just the beginning, but I, as a founder, feel very positive about the whole Miro Wiki experience for now. Will keep you posted. Thanks!
Hi all Every Monday we talk about new Miroverse templates, but there are so many amazing templates there already Has your template been published on Miroverse? Please share the link below! Let's share, inspire, and learn from each other
Value Methodology uses team activities to be successful.Virtual meetings can be a one way discussion which reduces likelihood of a successful workshop. Set boards to accomplish set activities can revolutionize the process. lets work smarter, not harder. This can be the place to make it happen.For all of the Value Methodology practitioners out there… Lets collaborate on some common boards for our profession.
Hello, I am Nestor Zegarra, who recently graduated from Johannes Keppler University Business School in Linz, Austria. Due to covid-19 restrictions, I had to find a solution to conduct online qualitative research. Therefore, I chose to use MIRO for developing a focus group discussion.The different characteristics allow my research to collect the necessary data. The interviewees were able not only to express themselves but also to interact with each other. I believe that MIRO has great potential to develop more and more applications in different aspects of interaction and production of its users' data.I would like to know if anyone else has had a similar experience in using MIRO for research.
We open sourced a library to template boards and integrate Miro into the company data flow.Miro.com is an awesome online whiteboard for visual collaboration. We fall in love with it right when using it for the very first time! Level 1: Scale up best practices with templatesOnce we started adopting Miro, we learned that certain usage patterns work better than others. Instead of reinventing the wheel with each new board, we wanted to roll out our best practices. What we needed were templates.Miro comes with a collection of pre-defined templates to get users started. Yet, we found that our specific use cases required more tailored templates. Although Miro doesn’t offer user-created templates as of today, Miro does have an API to programmatically create and query boards.So, we set out to explored the API route. We encountered some challenges as the API supports only a subset of what the Miro UI can but by-and-large it turned out pretty well! We can design boards in the Miro UI, convert the
Hi everyone, As both a Geckoboard and Miro user, I wanted to share this tip as I think it’s a super-handy way to make sure the team can access key metrics throughout the day, even if your team is fully or partially distributed. Full disclosure, I work at Geckoboard as the Tester, and use Miro to facilitate my teams retros. I’d like to share this as someone who has used Miro. I’ve always wanted to embed key metrics in a place where I know everyone can see them. What is the challenge or problem this resolves? Communicating key metrics to everyone in a fully-distributed team. What is your solution? Embedding a live metrics dashboard in Miro. Normally we have this up on a TV in the office, but given we’re all remote now, I’ve found a way to embed it inside Miro. Now the team can quickly see the metrics we care about. These are the important steps to do this: In Miro, click the more options menu at the bottom of the toolbar. Click Paste iFrame code from the Apps window. Switch t
Hallo an alle,ich habe gesehen, dass hier die Frage nach deutschsprachigen Templates im Miroverse gestellt wurde. Auch wir (bei der Silicon Pauli GmbH) haben lange nach gut aussehenden und funktionierenden Miro Templates gesucht, die auf deutsch getextet sind . Da wir nichts passenden finden konnten, haben wir das Remote Innovation Playbook gebaut. Dieses Tool unterstützt in allen Bereichen von Remote Workshops - Vorbereitung, Durchführung und Nachbereitung - Falls ihr dazu mehr erfahren wollt, dann findet ihr hier mehr Details. Ansonsten könnt ihr euch gerne unter diesem Post oder unter email@example.com mit allen möglichen Fragen melden :) Free TemplateWenn ihr jetzt einfach nur nach einem deutschsprachigen Template als Vorlage zur Inspiration oder zur direkten Anwendung sucht, dann könnt ihr dieses Template gerne kostenfrei duplizieren und für eure Zwecke nutzen: Profiling Web.(Ihr könnt es dann natürlich abändern wie ihr möchtet und Inhalte löschen)Eine englische Version d
Hey community! I’ve recently started a new project to plan out a potential offering and I wanted to share how I’ve used wireframes to visualize some early concepts. Making use of both the website browser and mobile device wireframes together. I’d love to see more uses of wireframes to learn how other teams plan digital layouts. Also happy to answer any questions about my use Webpage Browser and Mobile Device Wireframe Mockup Example
It's mid-spring, should we talk something pleasant, like User Delight? We have all experienced it: this "wow" moment, this "they already know me" feeling, an extra mile that a great product has walked to delight you. Be it Asana's unicorn, flying across your screen like a shooting star, or Trello's confetti, or Typeform's delightful microcopy—they all make a customer go "oh, coool"! “User delight refers to any positive emotional affect that a user may have when interacting with a device or interface”, says the definition. Yes, we human beings are driven by emotions! Where do these emotions lead though? Well, rumor has it, they can make your product sticky, serve your Net Promoter Score, and eventually help you fight churn. In this superb article by CopyHackers you can find some examples of how other companies added more delight into the mix https://copyhackers.com/2019/08/user-centric-delight-audit-saas/Can you name one delight that you came across in any product you have recently used
Let’s talk Remote Design Sprints! This conversation is open to anyone looking to learn how to organise, prepare and facilitate a Design Sprint with distributed teams. All levels of experience are welcome, whether you’re a versed facilitator or just starting off. Let’s learn from each other, share mistakes, lessons and become better facilitators. Have specific questions in mind about Remote Design Sprints? Let’s talk about them ;)
Hallo zusammen,das letzte Jahr war ein turbulentes und auch, was die digitale Nutzung angeht, ein geniales Jahr - Einige Highlights habe ich hier mal zusammengestellt: Grafik mit anderer Farbgebung und ohne Bildschirminhalt von: http://www.freepik.com Miro bietet unendlich viele Möglichkeiten - wenn Ihr auch Einsatzgebiete habt, die Ihr zeigen könnt:Einfach hier posten - Anregungen sind immer willkommen!Michael
Last week was the first for our product-dev teams working fully remote! So many adjustments! From our home workspaces, to communication, to coffee-making, lots of routines now look different. On Friday, when we ran the retrospective, we used Mad Sad Glad framework to share our emotions about the new order. Team was mad and sad about things like slow internet speed at home, an unstable working day, too little movement compared to going outside and walking around the office, the uncertainty, and having to cook instead of having snacks at the office But most votes were around the cluster of communication: low level of personal face-to-face communication is new for us, and we miss good old water cooler and coffee chats Though we are replacing them with Zoom coffee chats! Did you read our Ultimate Guide to Remote Work yet? We are learning to work from home together with you
NEXT and Miro come together to make the 'new normal' a better normal. Our goal with this partnership is to remove any friction from the user experience, so the end users don't feel like they are switching between multiple solutions when trying to get work done. Details: https://blog.collaborne.com/miro-next-creating-the-future-of-business-design-and-its-remote-35e8a371ecd4
For those creating low-fidelity wireframes on Miro, you can actually import your wireframes to Uizard to automatically turn them into high-fidelity prototypes. 1. Draw your wireframes on MiroStart off by drawing your wireframes on Miro, and be mindful of using Uizard's wireframing language while at it. You can do that by following Uizard's sketching guide. 2. Take screenshots of your wireframes, and upload them to UizardDo this, and watch Uizard's AI transform your low-fidelity wireframes to editable high-fidelity screens! 3. Edit and customize your screens to completeUpon transformation, you can polish and customize your design in Uizard through easy drag-and-drop! There are a lot of templates you can use too, such as the conversation screen below. Bonus:You can even take your design further by linking screens together and automatically generating your own theme from any image or URL. Hope this helps! Enoy!
Tips and Tricks for Diagramming: Shapes & Lines I feel your pain. You can see the whole complex system in your mind… but your hand just can’t get it out into Miro fast enough. Miro is brilliant at making diagramming easy and powerful, but some of the coolest features to help this aren’t immediately obvious. Here’s a round-up of some of my favorite tips and tricks. Did I miss some that you like? LMK Happy diagramming Diagramming Tips and Tricks: Shape and Line Magic The world is but a network of networks. Let’s grapple with these complex systems with ease and style. Here’s some of my favorite tips and tricks to build networks, systems, processes quickly and attractively. You may want to increase the playback speed - that’s as fast as my brain-mouth-miro-hand could work Easily Re-style and Clean up your Diagram for Presentation: A clean consistent diagram is like a grammar and spell-checked memo or report. Don’t let poor present-ability get in the w
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