Digital Sticky Notes: Using Miro Stickies Capture to Digitize Post-it Notes: Digital sticky notes, especially when harnessed with tools like Miro, are a powerful addition to the modern workspace. They offer an efficient way to capture, organize, and collaborate on ideas.
Find the best books on collaboration and teamwork on our top book list. Explore their wisdom and practical advice that can empower individuals and groups to collaborate more effectively than ever before.
While not as robust as some of our favorite visual, agile, and design thinking collaborative tools, Whiteboard Fox was an early innovation and is a simple and easy to use digital whiteboard tool. Learn more about it in our latest blog.
Discover alternative software solutions for collaboration and innovation. Mural is a top-rated digital whiteboard and collaboration tool, but there are many other options to consider when determining which software solution is right for your team. Keep reading to find a list of Mural alternatives that we highly recommend for collaboration, innovation, and design thinking.
While Miro is definitely the market leader and often considered one of the best digital whiteboard and collaboration tools, there are many other options to consider when determining software solutions for your team to use. Here are a few of those Miro alternatives!
Now anybody with a Mural account can create, organize and share murals within Sprintbase. Here are a couple of typical scenarios we know facilitators experience, and the benefits using Mural and Sprintbase together bring. Read this guest article featuring advice and information about pairing Sprintbase and Mural together to hold successful projects and collaborative sprints.
When choosing a collaborative, digital whiteboard tool to use with your innovation team, it can be difficult to know which one is the best option for your specific needs. In this article, we’ll cover a features comparison looking at the top options Lucidspark vs Miro!
Not sure if remote design thinking is right for you or your team? Review this guest post from Sprintbase regarding five reasons to go virtual.
Face-to-face design thinking workshops can be amazing. TBut since we created Sprintbase in 2016 - a platform that enables remote teams to solve problems with design thinking - we’ve learned a lot about what it takes to create new kinds of virtual experiences that can be just as great in their own right.
Want to know how to effectively run a virtual design thinking project with your remote teams? Sprintbase covers the process in this guest blog.