See how you can compile research and uncover insights.
Where teams design the ultimate customer experience
From brainstorming with your cross-functional squad to gathering feedback for iteration and reiteration, create product experiences that have a bit of magic.
Miro throughout the design process
Uncover insights in user research to inform decisions
Make your findings visual and easy to understand
Streamline your design process by centralizing and organizing research data onto a single Miro board where your team can browse, comment, and gather notes to build affinity maps, data clusters, presentations, and more.
1. Locate and define issues
2. Design a research project
Integrations to help you uncover insights faster than ever
Make synthesizing and working with data on Miro quick, easy, and fun with these plugins.
Put customers first with simple, powerful journey maps
Bring customer perspectives into technical discussions
Building journey maps helps you turn a good product experience into a great one. On Miro's infinite canvas, you can lead discussions about user needs, brainstorm improvements, and improve the consistency of the experience.
Turn your interactive journey map into living documentation
Weave journey maps seamlessly into your existing workflows with Miro’s Live Embed integrations so everyone can stay up to date and see things in context.
2. Microsoft Teams
3. Google Workspace
Lead inclusive, engaging workshops
Don’t let distance hold your team back
It’s time to level the playing field. Miro's infinite whiteboard makes workshops more powerful and engaging for everyone, whether they’re sitting in front of you or in front of a screen. Sticky notes, icebreaker templates, and anonymous voting create a low-pressure and fun environment.
1. Map key KRs and stakeholders needs
Combine Miro and video conferencing — no context switching required
Video calls and collaborating on boards can happen in one place. Bring video calls into boards to give everyone a voice — literally — in planning and brainstorming sessions.
2. Microsoft Teams
Get non-designers involved in the iteration process
Foster a workflow that encourages new ideas and perspectives
Inviting your teammates to your board for brainstorming and feedback not only helps you churn out more ideas — it leads to better concepts, a stronger team culture, and greater influence in the organization.
1. Gather inspiration
3. Diagram the user flow
4. Build lo-fi wireframes
From initial sketches to final versions, get the team’s thoughts in one place
Leverage Miro’s design integrations to centralize all versions and gather comments in context. Even non-designers find it easy and approachable to use.
3. Adobe XD