During the last year, I’ve invested quite a bit of time and energy exploring visual collaboration tools. One of the experiments I recently conducted with Miro, an especially flexible tool, was to see if I could create visual versions of popular creative thinking and problem-solving techniques.
I was so happy with the resulys that I created a video to show you what they look like and how they function. I’m convinced that this is an awesome use case for this tool!
The eight brainstorming tools I recreated in Miro are:
- Morphological analysis
- Board of directors
- Problem definition canvas
- Lotus blossom
- Force field analysis/tug of war
- Random word brainstorming
- Reverse assumptions
I hope you enjoy my little visualization experiment!