Miro Accessibility

Learn how we're making our platform more accessible for all users.

Accessibility statement

We understand that teams include people of different backgrounds, experiences, and access needs — so we strive to give everyone an opportunity to collaborate.

We recognize that our product is complex and the road to accessibility is a long journey.

We're committed to delivering incremental improvements to our users over time and will be communicating changes once they’re ready. You can stay up to date with our product updates in the Accessibility changelog.

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We have a cross-functional accessibility team, which includes engineers, QAs, designers, product managers, and project managers.

This team re-examines our product experience and company practices to identify accessibility gaps and opportunities for improvement.

(We’ll update this page once we’re hiring new team members again.)

Product development and design

We’re updating our design and product development guidelines to accommodate accessibility requirements (based on the AA level of WCAG 2.1) to ensure that Miro ships features developed with accessibility over time.

We've also hired Level Access to conduct accessibility audits of the various product components and guide us on the remediation plan.

User research and feedback

All of our product updates are designed and shipped with our users in mind, which is why we are always looking for ways to iterate and enhance the existing functionality, as well as add new features based on the input you provide.

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We want Miro’s employees to have the knowledge and tools they need to produce product improvements and new features with accessibility in mind. Our partners from Level Access are conducting ongoing accessibility training for all of our product managers, product designers, and engineers.