Hey, we’ve recently introduced shaping and pitching to our team’s workflow and we’re still experimenting with handoff between the different levels in the organization.
My dev and design team is very comfortable with Miro, it’s the main place collaboration happens. It also the place where inevitably our in cycle documentation exists. I’m trying to make it easier on the team (dev especially) by communicating the right amount of information and including that in the pitch.
I noticed that if I create a pitch in Notion or somewhere else, they inevitably grab parts of it or create a version of it in Miro and then we do some back and forth to make sure hand off is done right.
Some of this seems redundant to me, probably because I’m not communicating with the team enough in their language
My assumption is that if I convert the pitch to something more familiar to them, a bit more visuals, more flows (and leveraging Miro)— then the team will be more comfortable moving from there.
I’m curious if anyone has been using Miro for pitching, or for collaboration on projects? I’d love to get a sense from other people how’s that going for them and I’m happy to engage beyond this thread if anyone is open.