With all of us working from home due to the pandemic, we are at a point where remote collaboration is just becoming a norm. The problem brings opportunity, so we must take this opportunity to make remote collaboration even more efficient using great online tools. In my previous post, I discussed using MURAL or Miro to create UX Blueprint to deliver your spec. In this article, I will explore how you can efficiently collaborate using UX Blueprint.

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UX Blueprint on MURAL


In a traditional meeting room, we meet with others in-person and brainstorm to get a common consensus. At the same time, this is an excellent way of getting things done; it has lots of limitations. For example, it is hard to set up an in-person meeting that works for everyone, and even if you manage to get one, it is hard to ensure everyone gets a voice, and not the big elephant in the room does all the talking. It is also extra work to take meeting notes and ensure you have interpreted it correctly.

Finally, email, slack, etc. work well to collect feedback, but it’s tough to keep track of the slew of feedback you receive.

With MURAL or Muro, you can collaborate with your team and collect feedback without dealing with emails and slack messages. Here are a few great benefits of using MURAL for collaboration:

  1. Your team can provide feedback on any aspect of the design by contextually posting their feedback on the canvas.
  2. All the feedback gets documented in one place.
  3. You can respond to their feedback one by one, which will ensure that all the comments and feedback are incorporated.
  4. You can synthesize all the ideas and come up with a strategy to address them.

Collecting feedback tool on MURAL

Feedback tool on MURAL

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Reimagine remote collaboration Using UX Blueprint
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