Miro is the online collaborative whiteboard platform that enables distributed teams to work effectively together, from brainstorming with digital sticky notes to planning and managing agile workflows.
We asked Eduardo Gomez Ruiz, Lead UX Researcher at Miro, some questions that get at the heart of why they’re passionate about design operations, what it’s like to work at Miro, and what makes their products and services special to design operations professionals.
Wireframes are great for getting quick feedback on your ideas and creating team alignment. Great news – you don’t have to be a designer to create simple wireframes quickly! Try Miro – online collaborative whiteboard platform perfect for wireframing with your team.
Outstanding UX is one of the most important competitive advantages for digital brands, and cultivating UX talent is critical in earning and maintaining market leadership. See how leaders like Salesforce, WhatsApp, and Zendesk are managing their UX teams to bring out the best in their talent and deliver amazing experiences to their customers.
Communicating UX research internally is key to making sure it results in smart product and design decisions. Discover how UX research leaders from WhatsApp, Upwork, and LinkedIn collect, synthesize, and distribute findings across teams to put them into action.
Bringing organization to complex research cycles is a huge challenge, and our ready made templates are here to help. Whether you’re looking to capture research findings or hold a design sprint, to running remote meetings and workshops, we’ve got you covered.
At enterprise scale, a seemingly minor process improvement can make a huge difference in the bottom line. Learn how Dell redesigned their processes at scale, and how they integrated Miro into their workflow to create more transparency across the org.
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We will go over best practices of collaborative wireframing and wireframe together in real-time.
Join us to learn about the invisible work of getting to know your stakeholders, building advocates of your work and maximizing your influence within and outside your organization.
In this workshop, Linda Quarles, Director, Strategy and Organization Design from frog Design will walk you through the four principles of remote workshop facilitation: asynchronous participation; breaking the ice; choice and spontaneity; and honesty and feelings. Learn how to set up a Miro board, navigate through creating breakout groups, and align on decisions.