Over the past few months, we’ve released a toolkit of new features and enhancements that will help you control the virtual room.
On November 11-12, we joined with over 1,000 product management devotees, visionaries and veterans at ProductCon Los Angeles to learn the best practices behind the most successful products
Do you use Microsoft Teams to chat, host video meetings, share files, and collaborate with others at work? Now you have the power of MURAL at your fingertips inside of Teams.
If you’ve ever been frustrated at the lack of tangible takeaways following a design workshop, you’re not alone. Many teams find that design thinking workshops don’t often lead to real product improvements.
Defining and developing your product can feel like an elusive task. But it doesn’t have to.
Welcome back to our monthly series, “What’s New at MURAL.” In our December webinar, we show you our favorite new features and three things you might not know MURAL could do.
Struggling with remote collaboration? You’re not alone. Our research shows many people find it challenging. That’s why MURAL is committed to better understanding remote collaboration through ongoing studies.
We're excited to announce a new webinar series, "What's New at MURAL". Every first Wednesday of the month, we'll highlight some new features and share some tips to help you put these features to work.
Agile development breaks software development down into small chunks, called user stories. These are short descriptions of a feature from the user’s perspective.
Our brains are hardwired to process visual information differently than text or speech. Visualizations help us offload some of our working memory - they are efficient. But visual displays also allow us find new patterns faster.
Myth: you’re only collaborating remotely if you permanently work in a different place than the rest of your team. Not true.
MURAL continues to partner with Jeff Gothelf (@jboogie), author of Lean UX, to investigate how to run interactive workshops with remote participants.
Good design comes from understanding your users. Typically, though, project teams are motivated to focus on the the solution early on. Resist this urge. Try to first see things from the user’s perspective. It won’t take long.
Say hello to Netia McCray, an MIT student enrolled in a year-long intensive product design class.
MURAL is designed for creative professionals. With that in mind, we are tailoring our product and services to optimize working of design work collaboratively.