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Hi Miro Community,

 

My name is Manouska and I am the Community Forum Lead at Miro! Happy to be here with you and have a chance to create this space for all Miro users to connect, collaborate, co-create and share knowledge with each other!

Take a moment to introduce yourself to the rest of the community. Follow this template for a chance to be featured in our monthly community spotlight!

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    • 📍  Location
    • 💻  Organization + Role 
    • 💛  Areas of Expertise (ie. Product Management, Agile, Design, etc) 
    • 🎨  Interesting Fact About You

Feel free to add any other interesting information or even a fun picture with your pet :wink: This is the best way for all of us to get to know one another!

 

We can’t wait to get to know you all better and see you create the next big thing in this Miro Community!


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Hi Team,

I love reading all the introductions. You seem like a creative and thoughtful group!

I’m an architect and founder, designing schools where learners thrive (https://fieldingintl.com)

We love using MIRO for design jams with our design and education team, and also with clients. I’m also nurturing a startup that uses generative AI to empower human-centered design. We use MIRO for tech diagrams and wire frames to guide decision trees and software.

I’m looking forward to the session on storytelling. The success of our new startup will depend on telling a compelling story, so I’m all ears!

Hey the Miro Community!

 

Julien from LANE Digital Consulting, representing Switzerland 🇨🇭

As a digital transformation and marketing agency we use Miro for all our internal and external activities.
We also recommend the solution to our customers for brainstorming and BPMN creation.
Miro is our daily ally to collaborate and communicate ideas efficiently.
We also created a Miro workshop template to onboard new users and present them with all the functionalities of the tool!

 

Feel free to reach out to talk processes, BPMN or something else where we could bring value!

 

Best.
Julien

Hi there, I’m Stefano, academic researcher. My work focuses on human-computer interaction through audio and haptic feedback.
I’ve just started using Miro to support my next project proposal.

Hello!

My name is Lisa Revelli and I live in Northern California - 20 minutes North over the Golden Gate Bridge.

I have been in Visual Design for over 20 years in film (SonyImage Works, Pixar), game (Stormfront Studios), and web industries. I recently (5 years ago) got into User Experience Design and User Research after graduating from Cornell’s Human Computing Interface program. I have worked at Duke Energy as a UX/UI Designer. I am currently working on an AI project.

I fell in love with MIRO at Duke Energy. Its such a great tool for a designer like myself.

I look forward to sharing and learning from everyone in this Miro community!

Lisa R. 

Hej Hej all!

I’m Alireza.

A Game/Gamification/Behavior designer.

Currently living in Stockholm, Sweden.

Working in a Swedish company as Game Economy and Balance Designer.

When I’m not on the job, usually work as a freelance Designer/Consultant on Human Behavior.

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Hi Marina and Miro Heros,

My name is Bob Skertic. I am a Professor at Defense Acquisition University (DAU). We use Miro to show our students an example of a collaboration tool. 

Looks like you have an awesome world-wide community of passionate users...so nice!

I am not using Miro very much due to my other tasks but need some help.

We are currently creating training in Coursera that includes old versions of Miro.

We are using a video from an old version of Miro; It has a God's eye View in the bottom right--what happened to that view? Is there a replacement view?

Thanks!

Bob

Hello there

My name is William, i have recently joined E.On in Germany, as a Data Architect, I will use Miro to share and spread ideas. 

just lost access to all my old boards though as they removed the “.external” from my email… :-(

if you have any ideas on how to get it (access) back, please let me know. 

Hello, I'm Nati from Buenos Aires, Argentina (proud World Champions 😉). I currently serve as a Scrum Master at a bank, a role I transitioned into six months ago. Prior to this, I spent seven years as a Functional Analyst/BA. I'm thrilled with this new opportunity and eager to absorb as much knowledge as I can! 😚

Outside of work, I'm passionate about traveling, immersing myself in nature, and scaling mountains. I'm also deeply committed to staying abreast of new technologies and continuously expanding my skill set.

 

My name is David.  I teach math at a community college in Oregon.

I am transitioning from Jamboards.  I have lots of amazing, interactive math lesson Jamboards.  You can see most of those here.

  https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1i_3MRCWCM_oZTL-IG_7ugcA26952_fIT

 

I really hope that the promised Jamboard → Miro import tool will function well.  I often use layered images in fancy was so students can uncover, sort, etc.  It would be a huge disappointment to have to rebuild my Jamboards!

I’ve been using Miro for a few months now and it works okay.  I really need the ability to type exponents (superscripts) and a laser pointer tool.

Hello Miro Community,

 

My name is Logan Grime, and I’m a freelance Full-Stack Software Engineer. I live in Toledo, Ohio, United States of America, and I love Backend Development the most. I use Miro to organize many of my collaboration sessions with others.

 

Thanks for having me,

Logan Grime

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Hi everyone!

 

I am Efstathios, Lead Machine Learning Engineer from Medoid AI. Happy to find you all together here! Would be grateful if anyone can help me with my question https://community.miro.com/developer-platform-and-apis-57/hi-to-hide-js-code-from-custom-web-plugins-15794

 

Take care!

Hi I am Roger Wallberg, I live in nothern Europe, Sweden, I currenty works as a business Analyst / Solution Architet in an pension insurance company. I relatively recently discovered Miro, and love what it it can do, of cource there is always some room for improvment give my specific needs ;)

Whe doing what I do, I allways put information in the core as it is the center of everything we do, talk about, communicate… develop etc…and now having found Miro as a super naice tool to improve collaboration to increase our common understanding of what information and concepts are in the core of our business - i would LOVE to have the ability to work with laysers in Miro to be able to freely control the visibility och any abject, link, note etc within a board/frame… this would immensly support crisp communication given in any givan situation - please help me make Miro developemtn team see the importance of and the usefulness of the super feature called  => Layers ;)

(Visible - dimmed - hidden) Three toggle modes the improve communication of the contents !

 

:) Roger

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I’m Amanda Benbelaid and I discovered Miro about 3 jobs ago and have never looked back! I head up Sales Enablement for a Tech start up and have worked in Tech for a few years now. As well as enabling my Sales teams, I collaborate very closely with other Go to Market teams and Miro is great to help us to liaise and manage projects. 

My favourite thing to do is to run Learning workshops and encourage peer to peer sharing. It’s great when you have global offices and can’t always get into a room together. (It’s great when you can too!) I’m always looking for innovative ways to use Miro and love how it iterates with great new functionality! It’s an integral part of my onboarding programmes and pretty much most enablement whether to plan and/or deliver!

Always interested to connect with others who use the platform to facilitate or plan learning interventions. And also product managers or product marketers who collaborate through Miro and anyone from Sales. (Or anyone who just generally loves to get creative in there!)

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I’m Amanda Benbelaid and I discovered Miro about 3 jobs ago and have never looked back! I head up Sales Enablement for a Tech start up and have worked in Tech for a few years now. As well as enabling my Sales teams, I collaborate very closely with other Go to Market teams and Miro is great to help us to liaise and manage projects. 

My favourite thing to do is to run Learning workshops and encourage peer to peer sharing. It’s great when you have global offices and can’t always get into a room together. (It’s great when you can too!) I’m always looking for innovative ways to use Miro and love how it iterates with great new functionality! It’s an integral part of my onboarding programmes and pretty much most enablement whether to plan and/or deliver!

Always interested to connect with others who use the platform to facilitate or plan learning interventions. And also product managers or product marketers who collaborate through Miro and anyone from Sales. (Or anyone who just generally loves to get creative in there!)

 

Hi @Amanda Benbelaid,

So happy to have you as a part of the Miro Community for the past three years, and that it’s been helpful for your project management. Let us know if you have any questions, we're always happy to help.

 

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Hi I am Roger Wallberg, I live in nothern Europe, Sweden, I currenty works as a business Analyst / Solution Architet in an pension insurance company. I relatively recently discovered Miro, and love what it it can do, of cource there is always some room for improvment give my specific needs ;)

Whe doing what I do, I allways put information in the core as it is the center of everything we do, talk about, communicate… develop etc…and now having found Miro as a super naice tool to improve collaboration to increase our common understanding of what information and concepts are in the core of our business - i would LOVE to have the ability to work with laysers in Miro to be able to freely control the visibility och any abject, link, note etc within a board/frame… this would immensly support crisp communication given in any givan situation - please help me make Miro developemtn team see the importance of and the usefulness of the super feature called  => Layers ;)

(Visible - dimmed - hidden) Three toggle modes the improve communication of the contents !

 

:) Roger

 Hi @RoWal ,

Welcome to Miro! I hope you continue to enjoy the work and use it in new ways. Let us know how we can help.

Cheers!

Hi all. New member here. First, thanks for letting me join

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Hi Miro People🖐🏻 ! I’m Chris from France. I’m a web consultant in a small company nammed 4H04. We do web developement, UX and UI Design, and some more cool stuff 😁

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Hi Miro People🖐🏻 ! I’m Chris from France. I’m a web consultant in a small company nammed 4H04. We do web developement, UX and UI Design, and some more cool stuff 😁

 

Hi @Christopher LEGUY !

Welcome! Hope you enjoy it here! Lots of very friendly and smart folks to share ideas with. :) 

 

Cheers.

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Hello everyone! Officially introducing myself to the community! (not my first time) I am also @Victor Paredes. My name is Victor. I am a designer, visual facilitator and domain investor bootstrapping digital product concepts.

As much as I have always been passionate about Miro, I was never active in the community. I used to be shy even publishing anonymously, but now I have much to share and I have been working on some cool stuff I will be sharing spontaneously. I read how to earn points & badges and I am feeling competitive 😝

In fact I knew Miro since RealtimeBoard. I learned Design Thinking in University studying entrepreneurship and have been addicted to Miro ever since. I am insanely and even unhealthily mapping EVERYTHING I can think of in Miro. It’s all connected, everything is connected, but, I’ll leave the talk for another day.

(also I just got accepted in the Miro Consultant Community 🥳)

Blessings all!

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Hello everyone! Officially introducing myself to the community! (not my first time) I am also @Victor Paredes. My name is Victor. I am a designer, visual facilitator and domain investor bootstrapping digital product concepts.

As much as I have always been passionate about Miro, I was never active in the community. I used to be shy even publishing anonymously, but now I have much to share and I have been working on some cool stuff I will be sharing spontaneously. I read how to earn points & badges and I am feeling competitive 😝

In fact I knew Miro since RealtimeBoard. I learned Design Thinking in University studying entrepreneurship and have been addicted to Miro ever since. I am insanely and even unhealthily mapping EVERYTHING I can think of in Miro. It’s all connected, everything is connected, but, I’ll leave the talk for another day.

(also I just got accepted in the Miro Consultant Community 🥳)

Blessings all!

 hi @vprds

Love to see all this enthusiasm! It’s very inspirational! Looking forward to see what new designs and ideas you have after spending time on the forums.

 

Cheers.

 

Hi everyone

My name is Roland, I am a Swiss guy living in norther Germany. Since more than 30 years I’m self-employed as a consultant, manly working in the DACH region. I’m a facilitator, coach and organizational developer. I started my career as a biochemist in pharmaceutical industry and have worked in IT and HR too. 

Being retired since a few years, I’m still working with some clients in Germany and Switzerland. For all my work I can make use of Miro so much, and still learning a lot. Hope to get a lot of hints from this community and connect with some of you. Have a nice time 👍

Cheers, Roland 

 

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Hi everyone!

 

I’ve been a long-time Miro user, but for some reason am extremely late to the community party. I am a design strategist in a scholarly communications research incubator called Greenhouse Studios, which is part of the University of Connecticut in the United States. (If you follow NCAA basketball, you should know about UConn….Go Huskies!)

 

I wear a lot of hats in my role, but the most relevant one here is design thinking facilitator. I am currently part of an NEH-funded institute called NetWorkLab, in which we teach remote collaboration for digital humanists. I am a HUGE Miro evangelist and I teach/facilitate with it often, both as the venue for my content and as the subject of my lessons.

 

My background is much more rooted in art & design than it is in scholarly communications and digital humanities, but I have really enjoyed working an academia and in this role that I have been really lucky to shape over the last 6+ years. I get to mentor a ton of students, and I love that equally.

 

Outside of my professional role, I am also a parent, wife, avid equestrian, and I run a boutique creative studio centered around the equestrian community. Glad to e-meet you all!

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Hi everyone

My name is Roland, I am a Swiss guy living in norther Germany. Since more than 30 years I’m self-employed as a consultant, manly working in the DACH region. I’m a facilitator, coach and organizational developer. I started my career as a biochemist in pharmaceutical industry and have worked in IT and HR too. 

Being retired since a few years, I’m still working with some clients in Germany and Switzerland. For all my work I can make use of Miro so much, and still learning a lot. Hope to get a lot of hints from this community and connect with some of you. Have a nice time 👍

Cheers, Roland 

 

Hi @Roland_Foerster 

What an impressive CV! Look forward to your insights in the community!

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Hi everyone!

 

I’ve been a long-time Miro user, but for some reason am extremely late to the community party. I am a design strategist in a scholarly communications research incubator called Greenhouse Studios, which is part of the University of Connecticut in the United States. (If you follow NCAA basketball, you should know about UConn….Go Huskies!)

 

I wear a lot of hats in my role, but the most relevant one here is design thinking facilitator. I am currently part of an NEH-funded institute called NetWorkLab, in which we teach remote collaboration for digital humanists. I am a HUGE Miro evangelist and I teach/facilitate with it often, both as the venue for my content and as the subject of my lessons.

 

My background is much more rooted in art & design than it is in scholarly communications and digital humanities, but I have really enjoyed working an academia and in this role that I have been really lucky to shape over the last 6+ years. I get to mentor a ton of students, and I love that equally.

 

Outside of my professional role, I am also a parent, wife, avid equestrian, and I run a boutique creative studio centered around the equestrian community. Glad to e-meet you all!

Hi @Brooke Foti Gemmell 

Never too late to join the community party! Welcome! Looking forward to your perspective in the forums.

Cheers!

 

Hiya,
I'm Sierra Garcia, and I'm new to this community. As a fellow member, I'm eager to get to know all of you and learn from your experiences. While I may not have the ability to offer assistance or support like I do in my role at Ratio Hub, I'm here to be a friendly face and participate in the community activities. Let's all make this community a welcoming and enjoyable place for everyone!

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