Would you consider Miro as a professional skill to put on a resume?
@Victor Chen -
Knowing how to use Miro would be a technical skill, but having the user experience and design skills to take a concept and design an elegant board to meet business objectives would be a professional skill.
Such a thought-provoking question!
I agree with @Kiron Bondale in that, say, knowing how to use Excel, is a “software proficiency” or “fluency” but knowing how to ‘build financial models’ or statistical models ‘for XYZ use case/business objective’ using excel is a more of a professional skill.
With Miro, Kiron has outlined a few examples; off the the top of my head I can brainstorm a couple more examples:
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