July’s Miroverse Challenge: Monster Template! (DATE EXTENDED!)
It’s been an exciting few months at Miro with the release of our monster-sized national ad campaign! We created this ad to show the power of Miro and how easy it is to collaborate, innovate, and solve problems of any size, together in Miro. 🙌
If you haven’t had a chance to see the ad on the big screen (cough living room), across social media, or a billboard towering the city, you can check out the full ad here: Want to see how we used Miro to create the ad? Check out this video
This summer, we are introducing a new type of creative #Miroverse template challenge. We won’t be focusing on just one Miro use case or template type — instead, we want to see your creativity run wild and create ANY type of template / board that features our beloved (yet a little bit scary) character. Yes, we mean it! Any type of template from icebreakers to project planning goes as long as the Monster is incorporated.
Ready, set, create! We look forward to seeing all the amazing boards that you create in Miro 😍
🔗 Use this Miro board to find the Monster assets
More Challenge Details 📝
- Submission period: June 30 - Aug 30
- Voting and judging: Sept 1-5
- Winners announced: Sept 8
✅ Voting and judging
Miro Team’s Choice will be awarded by our panel of expert judges. Submissions will be judged on their ease of use, layout, and that special fun factor.
People’s Choice will be awarded based on top likes under the comment here in the online community. Make sure to vote for your favorite template by Aug 5th!
Miro team’s Choice - iPad and an Apple Pencil
People’s Choice - AirPods
🤩 How to participate
To enter, please add a comment to this thread with the following details:
Your full name
Role and company
Miro board embedded with your template (with view access)
Instructions on how to use the template
Optional: 1–3 minute video overview of your template
🤔 How to embed a board:
It’s easy! All you need to do is to choose Embed media under the three-dots menu and paste the Miro board URL.
Make sure to check your board’s Start view as it defines which part of the board will be first shown in the embed. You can set the start view by right-clicking on blank space on the board and choosing the corresponding option.
✍️ Entry requirements & design resources
Each template has to feature the Miro Monster. You can either copy it from this board, or create your own version of it if you’re into sketching/illustration.
All topics & ideas are welcome, but the judges will prioritize boards where the author found the most witty/creative way to incorporate the Miro Monster.
Your template must be in English, and have been created and designed using Miro
Your template must be newly created or not published on Miroverse earlier
All information must belong to you, the board owner (We will reject all submissions containing copyright-protected content on board.)
Your template must be submitted to Miroverse before the challenge deadline.
McCall Turner: Miro Social Community Manager
Christina Ta, Miro Brand Designer
Colleen Curtis: Miro Head of Community
Happy collaborating, and good luck! 👏
Time to start our next - March’23 - challenge!
Read the details in this thread.
New: we now calculate votes and likes in Miroverse for the people's choice award, so the earlier you publish the higher the chances are for winning.
wohoo thanks a lot! I really had fun making this
Hi everyone and especially
@Deinika , @Jens Friess , @amtodorova , @Henrik Ståhl , @stefan.bauer , @Robert Johnson , @MartinaBonetti , @Kaja Chade
Excited to announce the winners of our Miro Monster template challenge!
The winners are:
Congratulations everyone! I will reach out to the winners shortly to get the details to send the prizes
We were blown away by all your creative templates! You all are rockstars. All of your templates are available in Miroverse for the world to enjoy. Stay tuned for more exciting ways to get involved within the Miro Community!
-McCall and the Miro Community team.
Hello everyone!! 🤩
Voting extended by one week so we have time to look through these amazing boards. Don’t forget to upvote your favorite for “People’s Choice.” Winners will be announced Sept 19th. Share with a friend and ask them to vote! NOTE: Please make sure your board is properly embedded so everyone can see.
@Deinika @Jens Friess @amtodorova @Henrik Ståhl @stefan.bauer @Robert Johnson @MartinaBonetti @Katja Seidel.
Your full name: Deinika Kilgour
Role and company: Meridian, CX Designer
Bingo is a fun game of chance that anyone can play. A great 5 - 15 minute ice breaker, team bonding or friendly competition starter. Miro Monster-ised!
How to play:
It’s the final countdown!
Get those submissions in! This will be a tough call. So many creative templates!
I stumbled upon this challenge and decided to make a version of the popular game "Shoots & Ladders".
All you need to play is a way for each player to roll the die. There are instructions how to use a Miro app for dice rolling, but you can use any other alternative you prefer.
1. Have a way for each player to roll a 6-sided die.
2. Each player rolls the die and moves forward as many fields as the number on the die shows.
3. If you roll a 1 you have three options:
a. Move forward 1 field
b. Pick a player to move forward 1 field
c. Pick a player to move back 1 field
4. If you land on a red traffic light, you skip your next turn.
5. If you land on a numbered field you have to roll the die again and move to the number you rolled.
6. If you land on a field that sends you forward or back, follow the link and place your avatar on the new field.
7. If you land on a "Slayed It" field, on your next turn pick a person AND then roll the die. They go back, you move forward.
8. If you land on a "Miro Hero" field, on your next turn the last person (pick one, if multiple players share the field) moves as many fields forward as you.
9. First monster to reach the "Problem Solved" field wins the love of all the people of Townsville.
Hope you like it!
First time joining a miro competition so apologies for the messiness in advance!
I thought the Monster could represent something many of us fear but hopefully with the right tools can learn to love - feedback. Especially when working in a team, collecting feedback on complicated processes can feel like it’s best to be avoided. I tried to go for a playful, imperfect and consistent theme because I believe that’s the best mindset we can have around receiving and delivering feedback. Or being a beloved Monster.
I mixed some ideas from retrospectives and the PIE feedback model, which are not my original creation but are general/open knowledge, i.e. not proprietary.
Here is my submission for the contest. For me it was obvious that something as destructive as a giant monster fits great to my favorite Ice Breaker method "Pre Mortem". It’s the perfect Ice Breaker which prepares the participants for the upcoming workshop.
→ Perfect as a creative warm-up exercise.
→ Helps uncovering hidden agendas,
→ Great for defining guidelines for upcoming product development
Your full name: Stefan Bauer
Role and company: User Experience Designer @ OTTO (Germany)
Instructions on how to use the template:
Usually in a creative workshop people try to outdo each other with good ideas. This time we want to achieve the opposite.
Think together about what would really break the project. No matter if it's missed deadlines, irritated users, or some kind of financial downfall. There are no limits to your pessimism.
There are two options.
Either you collect your pre-mortem ideas together as a team. For this you need a person who writes and moderates.
You can also set a timer and brainstorm in parallel. Afterwards, everyone presents their post-its.
BREAKING NEWS: The Monster sticker pack has been spotted in the wild...
@Katja Seidel i saw someone pasted that in the board for some reason- it is gone now I ‘brought you to me’ on the board- do you see it now?
Thanks for your message!
I don't know if I'm doing something wrong, but I keep coming back to the board with the mood check in. Also when I click on your link.
What can I do?
@Katja Seidel thanks for your nice message, we’re also really excited to see all the cool templates
Regarding the board with assets- i think you may be looking in a wrong place, you can find the board here.
Looking forward to what you may create!
Hey at all!
So nice to see what happend here. I am excited to see much more of your nice boards!
One Question: The Miroboard whith the Monster assets is filled with some other stuff but not with he monster. Can you help me?
Have a nice day!
The deadline for this challenge has been extended! Keep the submissions coming!
Wow wow wow! Love both your templates! 🤩
@Henrik Ståhl @Martina Bonetti
Oh wow, your template is AWESOME
@MartinaBonetti! I love the customization part, it’s absolutely brilliant!
Here’s another submission: Under the Miroscope – a Miro Monster Game! It’s a pretty simple template that can be used as an icebreaker or team building activity, for example.
Your full name: Henrik Ståhl.
Role and company: Product Manager, Telia Company.
A fun game that can be used as an icebreaker or team building activity. Do it together, pit different teams against each other, make it a solo competition – you decide!
The rules are simple: Look for clues hidden in miniature sticky notes within the gigantic Miro Monster Image using nothing but zoom as your weapon of choice. When you find them, solve the riddles to win the game!
Find all 5 clues hidden in the Monster Image.
Solve the riddle.
By the way...
You start on a 100% zoom level. And the Monster Image is on a 1% zoom level… Start to zoom or meet your doom. Good luck!
Yay to the first submission And i absolutely love your template
Awfully quiet in here! I’ll kick off with my submission
Everyone has the potential to be a great facilitator if you just harness the right skills in you. The template I created, “Monstrous facilitation superpowers”, allows you to create a portrait of who you are as a facilitator and describe your style.
Your full name: Martina Bonetti
Role and company: User Experience designer @Emakina NL
Instructions on how to use the template:
The facilitation should setup the board so that every participant has a personal working space.
To run the exercise everyone should:
Woop woop, thanks
@Helena Brandist! I can copy the assets now, but I can’t paste them to my own board:
And they aren’t downloadable:
@Henrik Ståhl thanks for letting us know! Can you please let me know if it is working now?