Die webbasierte Applikation Miro kam im Projekt als gemeinsames Whiteboard und Prozessdokumentation des synchron und asynchron sammeln, reflektieren und spekulieren, zum Einsatz.

Alternativen zu dem Programm Miro, als von der TU Wien als Educucational Licence angebotene Nutzung sind z.B. MURAL, Lucidspark, InVision, Visio, Webex, Draw.io, Bluescape oder auch das CryptPad Whiteboard.

Siehe dazu auch process map und infinite canvas.

“Miro’s Online Whiteboard Features an Infinite Canvas That Can Be Tailored to Any Project. The online whiteboard for easy collaboration. Miro is a fast, free, and simple-to-use online whiteboard built to help you collaborate with others any time, anywhere. Different roles and teams at a company speak different “languages” — and we aim to dissolve that challenge by creating a space for shared understanding.

Our main source of inspiration came from the Spanish artist Joan Miro. His work was iconoclastic, and his abstract style aligns with how teams use our platform: every board is a unique canvas, and ideas are expressed brilliantly through different colors and shapes.

At Miro, we’ve built a platform for modern work, enabling collocated, distributed, and remote teams to communicate and collaborate across formats, tools, channels, and time zones — without the constraints of physical location, meeting space, and whiteboard.” https://miro.com

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