Webinar recording: Best Practices and Use Cases with MURAL
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.
Just consider this: Albert Einstein and other great scientists used blackboards to solve their toughest problems. They frequently commented on the importance of being able to take a step back and see the big picture.
This is the power of visual thinking: the ability to draw relationships where they previously didn’t exist. In this sense, MURAL seeks to let your team design better together and feel smarter as a group.
MURAL is not like other documents. It’s a large, virtual wall you can solve problems on visually. You can interact with your content in new ways in MURAL. It's a unique experience.
Leveraging visual thinking to your advantage requires a different approach to creative problem solving. To help you get the most out of MURAL, here are five best practices to follow:
Best practices with MURAL
MURAL is flexible. You have a lot of control. Use it for anything you might use a whiteboard or flip chart for.
But blank whiteboards can be intimidating - where do you begin?
Below are some of the key uses cases we’ve found teams around world are using MURAL for.
But uses go beyond these core types.
We see customers using MURAL for education, for instance - it's a perfect platform for interactive remote collaboration.
MURAL is also good for personal brainstorming, creating org charts, planning events, and much more. Hopefully you are inspired to use MURAL in new, creative ways!
Use cases with MURAL
For more information, see some of the follow resources used in this webinar: